Tariq Dennison, – Investment Adviser, GFM Asset Management
Wed, May 20, 2020 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM EDT
Despite setbacks from the recent trade war and coronavirus outbreak, China remains the world’s largest economy on a purchasing power parity basis, and seems well positioned to continue growing into an advanced consumer economy in the coming decades.
Foreign investors into China’s stock and bond markets have long faced challenges of unreliable data, lopsided benchmarks, and restrictions on currency conversion and short selling. In this webinar, Hong Kong based separate account manager Tariq Dennison shares perspectives and outlooks from his many years of experience across Greater China with actionable strategies using SGX-listed stock index and currency futures, and advantages/disadvantages versus ETF strategies, for a post COVID-19 market.
Sponsored by Singapore Exchange
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Disclosure: Futures Trading
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