JP Morgan gets regulatory nod to sell Hong Kong funds in China

Pedro Gonçalves
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JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has won regulatory approval to sell two more of its funds in mainland China under a programme that allows cross-border fund sales between China and Hong Kong. The US-based fund group gained the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to distribute its Asia equity dividend fund and global bond fund through its local joint venture, China International Fund Management. The distribution is possible under the Mainland-Hong Kong Mutual Re...

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