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New ETF on CEINEX by HSBC Global Asset Management

The new ETF tracks the inclusion of China A-Shares into MSCI index family…

CEINEX welcomes the launch of the HSBC MSCI China A Inclusion UCITS ETF – the first of its kind to track the inclusion of domestic Chinese A-Shares in MSCI global benchmarks through the Stock Connect – on its marketplace in Frankfurt, which is a part of the regulated market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

The new HSBC ETF allows investors to easily allocate to China’s mainland markets via China A-Shares as their part in global portfolios increases.

ETF Name:  HSBC MSCI China A Inclusion UCITS ETF

Asset Class: Equity Index ETF

ISIN: DE000A2N5QJ3

Total Expense Ratio: 0.60% p.a.

Distribution Policy: distributing

Currency: EUR

Reference Index: MSCI China A Inclusion Index Net Total Return (M1CNA Index)

CHEN Zhiyong, Executive Board Member Product Development CEINEX, said “The inclusion of China A-Shares in global benchmarks is a significant recognition of how open China’s stock markets have become.

We are very pleased to have one of the leading international financial institutions – HSBC  Global Asset Management – onboard to provide this innovative ETF for global investors to track the inclusion of China A-Shares.”

Joseph Molloy, Head of Index and Systematic Equity Portfolio Management, HSBC Global Asset Management, commented: “The HSBC MSCI China A inclusion UCITS ETF gives foreign investors quick and easy access to mainland Chinese equities through China A shares, which were traditionally only available to mainland citizens.

As the ETF is designed to track the progressive partial inclusion of China A shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index over time, we believe it provides an excellent building block for investors to future-proof their portfolio using one single share.”

Source: ETFWorld.co.uk

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