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Modern Methods for Assessing Investment Performance on China's Market

Student: Xingxiang Liang

Supervisor: Sergey V. Kurochkin

Faculty: Faculty of Economic Sciences

Educational Programme: Financial Engineering (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The rapid development of finance has brought boundless vitality to the world and enabled the world's economy to develop rapidly. At the same time, abnormal economic development has led to escalating financial risks. In terms of contributing to global economic growth, BlackRock, Schroder, Fidelity Investment Group and other fund companies have made great contributions, regardless of the share of the fund industry in the financial industry or the size of the fund industry. It is an upward trend. Due to the different characteristics of funds, financial products are becoming more and more abundant, and risks are also increasing. For ordinary investors, the fund has become a good investment tool, so we must understand the fund, use and evaluate investments for personal financial services. Since China's first investment fund was established, China's investment fund market has experienced nearly 20 years of development. Both the number and scale of funds have achieved rapid development, laying a solid foundation for the sustainable development of the capital market. However, compared with mature markets, China's securities investment funds have not yet improved their control over the securities market. In order to ensure the overall development of securities investment funds, one of the main tasks is to establish a solid and effective market credit system, which is inseparable from the establishment of a comprehensive fund evaluation mechanism. Therefore, this article explores a comprehensive, objective and scientific system for evaluating investment performance.

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