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Investment management

Overview

In line with the economic development of the past decades, we have seen both China's private and public sectors accumulate an increasing amount of wealth – to such an extent that research carried out by Deloitte has recently concluded that China has become the second largest wealth management market in Asia Pacific region.

 

Increasingly, individuals and companies continue to look for opportunities to preserve and create value in managing their wealth for future generations. Across the mainland and Hong Kong/Macau SAR we are seeing the establishment, development and growth in the number and size of private banks, wealth management companies, investment funds and asset management companies – both from a domestic and multi-national perspective. Add to this the continued thrust of foreign direct investment and the development of the private equity and venture capital sector and we see an industry that now faces the combined complexity of rapid domestic growth and global participation and competition.

Deloitte's Investment Management (IM) professionals serve organizations covering all aspects of the investment management sector, whether they are wealth management firms, investment funds, asset management companies, private equity firms or social security funds. Our global investment management group is comprised of more than 4,000 partners, managers and staff, providing a spectrum of assurance and advisory, tax, enterprise risk, regulatory and consulting services to a broad range of investment management companies. Deloitte professionals provide their clients with access to global resources and capabilities combined with our understanding of the local market unique characteristics and needs.

As the industry continues to develop, the Deloitte approach is aimed at delivering innovative solutions that help address the complexity that today's and tomorrow's financial institutions do and will face. 

Featured publications

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    This paper sets out the major regulatory themes that the Deloitte Centre for Regulatory Strategy expects to dominate the regulatory agenda for Asia Pacific financial institutions over the coming year.
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    This paper, launched in partnership between Deloitte’s three regulatory strategy centres, sets out eight principles for collecting meaningful management information on culture that will allow boards and senior management to understand if their “tone from the top” is reflected in a strong and consistent “echo from the bottom”.
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    This paper, from the Deloitte Asia Pacific Centre for Regulatory Strategy, sets out the key elements of the financial services international reform agenda and the application of these in the Asia Pacific region.