Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) July 10, 2007 -- Bharat Book Bureau, a leading market information distributor has put forth a report- Investing in China:New Opportunities in a Transforming Stock Market ([http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=9601])
A groundbreaking title that explores the new and developing opportunities for foreign investors in Chinaâs transforming stock and capital markets, at this critical point in their history.
The author, Winston Ma, is one of a small number of native Chinese that have worked as an investment banker and practicing capital markets attorney in both the United States and China. He brings a unique and invaluable insight to this increasingly important focus for international investment.Investing in China is an accessible read - it describes current market developments, financial products and transactions in a practical manner, avoiding complex maths. With a clear approach and engaging writing style, Winston Ma provides an authoritative overview of the historic opening up of these markets.
With a copy of Investing in China, you and your colleagues will:
â¢ Acquire a cutting-edge picture of Chinaâs stock market at the birth of a new era;
â¢ Learn to profit from a variety of new financial products accessible through the QFII system, which represent a variety of risk / reward profiles (including warrants, exchange-traded funds, convertible bonds, and principal-protected products);
â¢ Appreciate the increasingly active foreign M&A and MBO markets, as China accelerates both State-Owned Enterprises privatisation and M&A framework modernisation;
â¢ Understand the unique trading behaviour and structuring features of the investment vehicles resulting from the âChinese characteristicsâ of the market and regulatory landscape;
â¢ Identify the differences between similar investment products in China and in western markets and understand the economic, legal and regulatory reasons for these differences;
â¢ Appreciate the vast new opportunities and prepare for the risks (complexities) brought in by the state share reform of 2005, indisputably the biggest ever reform in market history.