A European Perspective
Dr. Katharine Neiss, Chief European Economist with PGIM Fixed Income, shares her views on the European-China relationship.
PGIM's China Investment Symposium aims to bring together a select group of global institutional investors, senior investment decision-makers, and industry leaders to examine China's rising role in the world economy. Explore our webinar series below:
Institutional investor interest in increasing allocations to China continues to grow rapidly, not surprising given the sheer size and potential of the world's second-largest economy. Despite ample opportunities, however, investing in China is not without its risks, particularly when it comes to the country's complex private markets. In our latest installment of PGIM’s China Investment Symposium series, our panel of experts shared their insights on China’s commercial real estate, private equity, and venture capital markets.
Institutional investor interest in increasing allocations to emerging markets (EM) continues to grow rapidly, not surprising given the sheer size and economic growth potential. Navigating the risks and opportunities offered by EM will be an increasingly important driver of portfolio returns as it continues to offer long-term investors an array of attractive opportunities across asset classes. Tapping into those opportunities will require taking a significantly different approach, and investors need a partner who understands the complexities of investing in EM. At PGIM, we believe investors need to abandon the old top-down country view in favor of a bottom-up approach across sectors and themes.