How will the latest series of sweeping reforms affect China’s expanding private equity industry?
How will the latest series of sweeping reforms affect China’s expanding private equity industry? How does this complex sector of the massive Chinese economy point the way towards further explosive growth? How can investors position themselves under the new regulatory system to do business in the future?
Private Equity Funds in China: A 20-Year Overview, in 2 volumes, serves as the definitive resource on understanding and navigating China’s private funds market. Both a history and a guide, the 2 volumes of this set explain the ups-and-downs of China’s private funds market and the substantial differences and striking similarities between China’s private equity market and similar markets in the United States and Europe.
With comprehensive data and statistics, as well as inside information, Chief Editor Xia Bin, the Counselor of the State Council, presents policy recommendations which could potentially change China's equity funds sector, and even the asset management market.
Private Equity Funds in China: A 20-Year Overview offers a bold and frank assessment of the state of the industry and reveals:
The inner workings of China's private securities and non-securities investment funds
The intricacies of China's “sunshine” private funds
The progression of China's venture capital funds
Analysis of the Environment for the Regulation of Private Funds
Analysis of the Development of China’s Privately Offered Fund Industry
Analysis of the Current Situation of China’s Private Securities Investment Fund Companies
Analysis of Private Non-Securities Investment Funds
Recommendations on the Development of China’s Privately Offered Funds
About the Author
Xia Bin is the Honorable Director of the Financial Research Center under the State Council and counselor of the State Council, and he was Head of the Transaction Department of China Securities Regulatory Commission and Deputy Head of the Policy Research Center of the People's Bank of China. He was the chief editor of China’sEncyclopedia of Securities.