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ShenzhenChina's second-biggest stock exchange, in Shenzhen, will soon be open to investors in Hong Kong. Will they want to buy? George Mitton reports.

Plane wingCenturies ago, China was a fearsome naval power. The rise of WeChat shows how it might become a financial one, writes our correspondent in Asia.

Basgo-MonasteryRobo-advisers could engage millions of investors in India who conventional fund distributors struggle to reach. Indrajit Basu reports.

Our cross-industry panel discussed fintech, the costly burden of compliance, and what fund managers can learn from airlines. Chaired by George Mitton in Singapore.

Singapore skylineThe Singapore Fund Administrators Association seeks to represent the industry to the regulator. George Mitton talks to chairman Martin O'€™Regan.

Regulatory change across Asia presents challenges for service providers such as Deutsche Bank Global Transaction Banking, but its Investor Services team sees opportunities amid the complexity.

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