But despite all that, the opening up of China's onshore financial markets has been kicking into high gear throughout this same period.

In fact, we've seen a drumbeat of announcements about the world's biggest investment companies, Fidelity International included, moving deeper into China's onshore market, either by setting up wholly-owned local subsidiaries or, for instance, many global banks who have been taking control of their existing joint ventures.

In this episode, Catherine Yeung, Investment Director, and Marty Dropkin, Head of Equities, Asia Pacific, are joined by Jing Ning, a senior advisor for China equities, and Alvin Cheng, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, to discuss how China’s local markets and its onshore investment industry are opening, expanding, and ever evolving.

With additional contributions from Helen Huang, Managing Director, China, Senan Yuen, Head of Investment, China, and Lily Cong, Chief Representative, Beijing Representative Office.

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Catherine Yeung

Catherine Yeung

Investment Director

Martin Dropkin

Martin Dropkin

Head of Equities, Asia Pacific

Rory Fong

Rory Fong

Producer

Neil Gough

Neil Gough

Asia Editor

Jing Ning

Jing Ning

Portfolio Manager

Alvin Cheng

Alvin Cheng

Portfolio Manager

Helen Huang

Helen Huang

Senan Yuen

Senan Yuen

Lily Cong

Lily Cong