The Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong has removed the minimum investment requirement im...
The Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong has removed the minimum investment requirement imposed upon money market funds by the code for unit trusts and mutual funds. The restrictions, which meant that Hong Kong dollar-denominated funds needed to have a minimum subscription of HK$50,000 while individual holdings had to be maintained above that level, have been deleted from the code.
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