Neuberger wins clearance to manage assets in China for Chinese residents

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Neuberger Berman said Monday it became the second global institution to receive final approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) to launch a wholly owned, newly established mutual fund business in China. Neuberger Berman will now be allowed to manage local assets for local clients, which has not been allowed previously. BlackRock Inc. BLK, -2.09% was the first to receive approval. Patrick Liu, CEO of Neuberger Berman Fund Management (China) (FMC), said the country’s commitment to opening up to high-quality financial services “will bring significant opportunities for local investors.” Michelle Wei will become chief investment officer – equities of the FMC.

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