CASE STUDY: Zhejiang Dunhe Investment Co Ltd

Set up by Qingjun Ye, whose career began in the copper market.

Ye, who is 47 this year, was dubbed “China’s George Soros” after making a large fortune trading the futures markets since the early 1990s. Ye became active in the futures markets in the early 1990s while working for a copper company and sought to put into effect what he knew as a result about supply and demand within China, according to a report in the WSJ back in 2009. Those early days were “messy”, he told the WSJ, with prices scrawled on blackboards and subject to arbitrary changes. At one stage Ye was...

Published

June 27, 2014

06:02 GMT

London