Asset Management

BNP Paribas Asset Management is the asset management arm of BNP Paribas, one of the world’s leading financial institutions.

It provides investors with high-value sustainable investment solutions in line with their expectations of long term sustainable investment returns, including high conviction strategies, emerging markets, multi-asset and quantitative solutions, private debt and liquidity solutions.

Understanding and supporting the transition to a sustainable economy is key to generating long term sustainable investment returns. This is why sustainability is at the heart of BNP Paribas Asset Management’s strategy and investment decision-making process, making an active contribution to energy transition, environmental protection and the promotion of inclusive growth.

Since 2002, BNP Paribas Asset Management has been a major participant in sustainable and responsible investing.

Long presence in China for onshore/cross-border asset management.

HFT Investment Management (HFT), which is a joint venture between BNP Paribas Asset Management and Haitong Securities Co Ltd. in China, was founded in 2003 and is based in both Shanghai and Hong Kong. An experienced investment team with solid local research capabilities, HFT Investment Management offers asset management services for Chinese domestic investors and investment advisory services for foreign institutions investing in mainland Chinese stocks and Chinese companies listed in overseas markets such as Hong Kong, the United States and Singapore.  HFT is a Signing member of UNPRI in 2021. HFT launched its Carbon Natural Themed Hybrid Fund, which is one of the first 4 Carbon Natural Themed Funds in China.

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HAITONG-FORTIS PRIVATE EQUITY INVESTMENT FUND MANAGEMENT CO., LTD, founded in 2004, is a joint venture between BNP Paribas Asset Management and Haitong Kaiyuan in China. The funds under management include China-Belgium Direct Equity Investment Fund, Haitong-Fortis Yangtze River Growth Capital, G60 S&T Fund and HF Semiconductor Fund.