‘ China Post Global / Market Access ’

China Post cross-lists Japan quality ETF to SIX

Sep 11th, 2017 | By
Amundi ETF offers access to Japan’s Topix with inbuilt euro/yen hedge

China Post has cross-listed its Market Access iSTOXX MUTB Japan Quality 150 Index UCITS ETF (MAJQ) to SIX Swiss Exchange (SIX). The smart beta equity fund will now be available to trade in yen on SIX, in addition to the existing listing in euros on Deutsche Börse (Ticker: M9SQ).



MSCI to include China A shares in EM and ACWI indices

Jun 21st, 2017 | By
MSCI to include China A shares in EM and ACWI indices

MSCI has announced that it will include China A shares in its widely followed MSCI Emerging Markets and MSCI ACWI indices from June 2018. Remy Briand, Managing Director and Chairman of the Index Policy Committee at MSCI, said, “International investors have embraced the positive changes in the accessibility of the China A shares market over the last few years and now all conditions are set for MSCI to proceed with the first step of the inclusion.”



MSCI to rule on China A-Shares inclusion

Jun 13th, 2017 | By
MSCI to rule on China A-share inclusion on 20 June

In a much-anticipated announcement, index provider MSCI is to reveal on 20 June 2017 whether it will include China A-shares in its mainstream MSCI Global Investable Market Indexes family. According to market commentators, the odds appear titled towards inclusion.



China Post Global launches Japanese smart beta ETF on Deutsche Börse

Jun 7th, 2017 | By
Nikko AM releases Japan equity outlook

China Post Global, an international asset management firm affiliated to the Chinese postal savings bank, has launched a new equity index exchange-traded fund, issued under its Market Access range of ETFs, on Deutsche Börse’s Xetra and Frankfurt exchanges. The Market Access iSTOXX MUTB Japan Quality 150 Index UCITS ETF tracks the performance of 150 Japanese stocks with quality characteristics such as high earnings potential, low debt, sustainable cash flows and economic stability.



Gold miners ETFs in play amid Trump uncertainty

Feb 15th, 2017 | By
VanEck’s junior gold miners ETF to broaden index coverage

Gold mining stocks have experienced a strong start to the year, with ETFs tracking the sector posting returns of approximately 18% YTD, significantly outperforming the broader market. Whether this run can continue is the subject of debate. But if the fiscal stimulus and tax cuts proposed under the Trump administration play out, gold may continue to look like an increasingly attractive asset, further lending support to gold mining equities and the ETFs linked to them.



China Post Global hires Broadridge to manage Market Access ETFs

May 18th, 2016 | By
China Post Global hires Broadridge to administer Market Access ETFs

Broadridge Financial Solutions has announced that China Post Global, the international asset management arm of the Chinese postal savings bank, has joined Broadridge’s integrated trading and portfolio management platform for its Market Access ETFs. Bennett Egeth, President of Broadridge Investment Management Solutions, commented: “Broadridge is very proud to be working with an innovative Asian provider like China Post Global to address this tremendous opportunity by providing efficient, scalable and future-proof portfolio management solutions.”



China Post enters Europe via acquisition of RBS ETF range

Mar 24th, 2016 | By
China Post enters Europe via acquisition of RBS's ETF range

China Post Global, the international asset management arm of the Chinese postal savings bank, has entered the European exchange-traded fund market with the acquisition of the Royal Bank of Scotland’s ETF range. The purchase marks the first time a Hong Kong asset manager has acquired a European UCITS ETF umbrella and its investment management team. Danny Dolan, Managing Director of China Post Global (UK), said: “Our aim is to differentiate ourselves through innovation. For example, while ETFs giving exposure to China and smart beta strategies already exist, no-one in Europe has yet combined the two.”