Investment in derivatives and structured products up 53% in 2005, says HK SFC


Investments in derivatives and structured products by fund managers in Hong Kong grew by 53% in 2005 to HK$29.5 billion ($3.8 billion) from HK$19.2 billion the year before, said regulator the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) in a survey.

The Fund Management Activities Survey 2005, which covered 234 firms in Hong Kong, reported a 25% growth in Hong Kong's fund management business to HK$4.53 trillion last year. This included the business of real estate investment trust (Reit) managers worth

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