Ping An Signs MOU With Merian Global Investors

Ping An Insurance Group announced on Tuesday that Ping An of China Asset Management (Hong Kong) Company Limited, (Ping An Asset Management (Hong Kong)), the wholly-owned subsidiary of the Group, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Merian Global Investors (UK) Limited (Merian Global Investors), the UK-headquartered asset management business.

According to Ping An, the MOU marks the formal commencement of a new strategic partnership between the two businesses, bringing together each of their skills and expertise to the benefit of both organizations as well as their clients. The company also reported that the MOU aims to further the alliance between the businesses and it is the first agreement of its type signed by both organizations and demonstrates the developing openness and consequent benefits of strategic relationships between both parties

“Under the terms of the MOU, both parties will aim to work together to explore business development opportunities in the fund distribution, marketing and investment advisory space, including knowledge sharing and training.”
Speaking about the partnership, Hoi Tung, the Co-CIO of Ping An Insurance (Group) of China stated:

“This strategic relationship actually marks the beginning of our successful transformation to becoming a truly third-party asset manager from purely managing our in-house insurance capital by leveraging our strength in local market knowledge and investment expertise. We are very excited about entering this strategic cooperation with Merian Global Investors and we look forward to continuing to forge a deeper and stronger relationship in the future.”

Richard Buxton, CEO, Merian Global Investors added:

“We’re thrilled to have entered into a new alliance with Ping An Asset Management (Hong Kong). Growing our presence in Asia is one of our core strategic aims and the opportunity to partner with one of China’s largest and most respected financial services businesses is incredibly exciting. We believe that access to the local knowledge and investment advisory expertise of a specialist Chinese asset manager will be of great benefit to our clients.”

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