Investors in China’s capital markets


This chapter mainly introduces institutional investors in China’s capital markets, such as securities firms, mutual funds, insurance companies, pension funds, and Qualified foreign Institutional Investors (QFIIs). Their investing behaviors and strategies as well as profit patterns are analyzed. In particular, the illegal behaviors of institutional investors, such as the tunneling phenomenon of Chinese fund management companies, are analyzed, explaining why it is not realized that the purpose of developing fund companies is to stabilize China’s stock market. Meanwhile, the opening up of China’s capital market, such as the developments of QFIIs and Qualified Domestic Institutional Investors (QDIIs), ...

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