Managed account platform gives new hope for investors seeking alpha in China

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China has a patchy track record when it comes to protecting investors. The misappropriation of investor funds by securities companies during the bond futures scandal in 1995 and the loss of investments in local government-backed investment trusts, such as Guangdong International Trust and Investment Corp (Gitic) that went bust in 1999, still linger in the collective memory.

This means investors are wary about asset segregation, control of assets and transparency when putting their money to work

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