Hedge funds in China - the great shift

Financial reforms have created a favorable environment for relative value investing

Hedge funds 05 Oct 2022 2 min watch
Jia Tan (TJ)
O’Connor team

The use of short selling as a risk management tool to protect long positions has historically been limited by the availability of short borrowers in China. Capital market reforms, however, can fundamentally change the China A-share market by allowing foreign hedge funds to short with domestic brokers and secure margin on a range of securities that were not available in the past.

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