Business Overview

Following the acquisition of Japaninvest in April 2015, a well-regarded Pan Asian fundamental research provider, Haitong International has substantially improved and developed its Haitong International offers sales, corporate access and expert network services to institutional clients in the Asia Pacific region, as well as providing bespoke execution services across major markets, tailored specifically to meet investor needs. Haitong International’s institutional client base is global, covered by offices in Hong Kong and PRC, Tokyo, Singapore, Mumbai, London and New York.

Haitong International manages a successful derivatives business in Hong Kong, and offers warrants, CBBCs, debt securities, options and ETF market making. Recently, Haitong International has emerged as one of the largest ETF market markers in Hong Kong, Haitong International’s Institutional Equity Department (IED) officially launched in-house developed algorithmic trading services in 2017. As one of the first Chinese brokers to develop in-house execution algorithms, Haitong International initially offered bespoke and standardized algos in six core markets; Hong Kong, China (Connect), Australia, Japan, US and Singapore. We will add all European markets by H2 2017, as well as the ASEAN markets. IED has continued to add highly experienced staff to the existing execution team, which comprises quant modelling, connectivity, and data analytics experts as well as trading services.

Equity Derivatives

Haitong International is dedicated to providing a wide range of equity derivatives products and services to our clients. We provide customized financial advisory services and investment solutions to meet the various needs of our institutional, corporate and high-net-worth individual clients.

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Cash Equities

Our 47-strong analyst team based in Hong Kong, Mumbai and Tokyo provides fundamental coverage of circa 500 companies across North Asia, accounting for nearly 60% of North Asian market capitalisation. Coverage includes Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Connect (A share) and India.

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