The recent closure by HSBC Hong Kong of four ETFs listed here (MSCI Golden Dragon ETF, MSCI Hong Kong ETF, MSCI China ETF and MSCI Taiwan ETF) is a worrying symptom of the ETF industry’s excessively exuberant post-financial crisis lifestyle
Sustainability investing is becoming more and more important to the marketplace. Over the last several decades, we have observed continuous growth of investors’ interest towards sustainable and responsible investments (SRI)
As shorter-term investors feel the burn of collapsing equity markets across Southeast Asia, long-term investors should start to think about the nutrients in the ashes, say local ETF market veterans
Liquidity is always an important consideration when selecting investments, particularly ETF products. Efforts made to promote market liquidity on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange have certainly paid off as its average ETF daily turnover
In June 2012, when we (Morningstar) first launched our research reports on Asian ETFs, we published a note entitled “Picking the Right Chinese Dishes from the ETF Menu”, where we discussed the importance of understanding
ETF investment is gaining popularity among institutional investors in Asia. Asia Asset Management and ETFI Asia, in conjunction with Yuanta Securities Investment Trust Company (Yuanta SITC), Hang Seng Indexes, and Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management
28 November 2013
Value Partners Group Limited announced on November 28 that Sensible Asset Management Hong Kong Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the group, has received approval from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to adopt a dual counter arrangement for Value Gold ETF, with effect from November 29, 2013.
ETFI Asia magazine – ETFI being an acronym for exchange traded funds and index funds – is published four times a year and is dedicated to providing in-depth coverage of ETFs and the indexing industry in the Asia-Pacific region.
26 November 2013
Hang Seng Indexes Company Limited (Hang Seng Indexes) announced that it had granted a license to Hang Seng Investment Management Limited (HSVM) to launch an exchange-traded fund (ETF) linked to its Hang Seng China A Industry Top Index in Hong Kong on November 26.
Directed at a very focussed institutional audience in the Asia-Pacific region, ETFI Asia has an average qualified circulation of 5,169 for the 6-month period: March 2013 to Septmeber 2013.