E Fund licenses MSCI China A Index for possible ETF

Hong-Kong-1ETF Securities and E Fund Management (Hong Kong) have licensed the MSCI China A Index as the basis for a proposed exchange-traded fund (ETF). MSCI is currently evaluating the inclusion of Chinese A shares into its flagship emerging market index. “The attractive China A shares market is gaining much ground with global investors,” says Ko Tseng, managing director, E Fund Management (Hong Kong). The Kong Kong-based subsidiary of E Fund Management, which has close to 250 billion renminbi (€29.8 billion) of assets under management, specialises in overseas investment. ©2014 funds europe

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