Greater China

We’ve been promoting Jersey’s finance industry in China since 2005 and opened an office in Hong Kong in October 2009 to meet the current and future needs of regional investors. 

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In brief An economic powerhouse, the opportunities in China extend throughout the financial and professional services sector, giving us a clear platform to showcase Jersey, the international finance centre of choice for Greater China.

Together, we provide expertise and experience in specialist funds and other investment vehicles to support both inward and outward China FDI for the infrastructure projects it undertakes, through Jersey’s leading international finance centre.

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We work with a whole range of national and international financial services firms based in Jersey. Browse our business directory for more information, or to search for a specific organisation.

Our work with China:
  • We support inward and outward China foreign direct investment (FDI) for infrastructure projects through our integrated business development strategy
  • We assist in family wealth management and pre-IPO planning
  • We signed a Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) with China in October 2010 and a double taxation agreement (DTA) with Hong Kong in February 2012
  • We continue to support our permanent presence in Hong Kong with regular business seminars, roadshows and receptions to enhance our relationships and contacts in the region
Greater China Factsheets ›

Keep up to date on the latest developments with our Greater China related factsheets.

Our Asia Focussed Research
The Evolution of Family Offices in Asia – Views from Asia’s Wealth Management Community
Our latest Asia focussed white paper, The Evolution of Family Office in Asia - Views from Asia’s Wealth Management Community – examines the views of Asia based wealth managers to understand and communicate the development of family offices in Asia and the use of IFCs amongst the Asia's wealth management community. Produced in partnership with Hubbis, the paper reveals that the next generation of ultra-high-net-worth families will play a crucial role in expanding family offices in Asia, leading to new developments and changes in the wealth management landscape.
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The Future for International Financial Centres – Views from Asia’s Wealth Management Market
This white paper highlights tax compliance as one of the highest priorities for Asian high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) and ultra- high-net-worth individuals (UHNWI) when considering an overseas structure. Research finds this is driven by a number of recent global and local regulations, covering disclosures and cross-border exchange of data.
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Thought leadership – How to service Chinese wealth as it goes global
Reflecting the views of wealth management and professional services practitioners working across Greater China, Hong Kong and Singapore, the research highlighted that high net worth (HNW) and ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals in Mainland China are failing to address a number of challenges which could cause longer-term pressures on their succession plans.
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The Internationalisation of Chinese Wealth – Diversify, Protect and Grow – 2016
The report, “The Internationalisation of Chinese Wealth – – Diversify, Protect and Grow - 2016” is based on proprietary research conducted in September 2016 by Jersey Finance and Hubbis, a provider of events and content for Asia's Wealth Management community, from interviews with industry representatives. The white paper examines the driving forces behind Chinese investors’ increasing appetite for foreign investment, and the risks and challenges they must prepare for in doing so.
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Working Together
Community of Interest Group
Join our China Community of Interest Group

Our business development director provides bi-annual updates on China’s business development activities, events, visits and other marketing activities to our Community of Interest Group, which comprises of Jersey Finance members who are focussed on doing business in China.

To find out more about working together and joining this group, pease contact:

Sectors for Greater China: