Growing with China's transformation

Discover our China investment expertise and range of award winning* China mutual funds

Can the second largest economy in the world be an emerging market?

An acknowledged expertise: UBS was awarded #1 foreign firm in China 2018 & 2019 by Z-Ben Advisors.


Why investing in China?

China a "standalone allocation"?

The key for global investors then is how to most effectively capture China's ongoing growth story, and we believe that a standalone investment allocation can increasingly be an effective option for investors.

The case for active investing in China

The influx of investments into Chinese equities, much of it in market capitalization-weighted indices, creates opportunities for active investors who have on-the-ground insight.

China is taking the lead

This extensive report shows that various trends are not only propelling growth and driving transformation in China, but also creating long-term investment opportunities that every global investor can be positioned for.


Our China funds:

China equity funds

China fixed income funds

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Our insights on China and emerging markets

Watch latest China insights from our experts

Bin Shi on China as a standalone asset class

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Gian Plebani - China: the economic outlook for H2 2019

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