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About ATC Initiative

Allocate to China (“ATC”) Initiative is a research-based communication and solution platform bringing together global investors, asset managers and other stakeholders to share insights about China capital market, to build business relations and to form partnership. We identify key themes regarding China market and engage all parties through research work, events and roadshows.

ATC Initiative provides a platform for Chinese asset managers to demonstrate their capability to global investors, build an international brand and gain access to the European distribution network. ATC Initiative also helps Chinese managers navigate the complicated European regulatory system and enter the European market efficiently and cost-effectively.

ATC Initiative helps global investors and asset managers to gain an in-depth understanding of various asset classes and market sectors in China, as well as its regulatory system regarding access channels, onshore business presence, client development, etc.

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Our Events


22nd March 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm GMT

A Joint Event by SBAI and ATC Initiative

13th December 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm GMT

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Our News & Insights

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Our Workstreams

Working closely with global investors and asset managers, we identify key investment themes in relation to China capital market and develop them into workstreams. We organize focus group meetings, investor-manager dialogues, roundtable discussions and other formats of communication sessions to facilitate insight contribution from different stakeholders for each workstream. The outcomes of these well-researched workstreams will be presented to the wider investment community, the regulators and the media, in a variety of formats.

Current workstreams include:

  • China pension reform and the opportunities it brings;
  • ESG investment in China;
  • Digital technology application in China asset management industry;
  • Alpha generation in China’s private market investment, etc.
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