Hang Seng Indexes has licensed the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index to China Southern Asset Management to serve as the underlying index for the creation of an ETF, listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
Aussie ETF firm BetaShares, with research specialist Investment Trends, have found that Australian ETF investors get younger as the fast-growing industry enters the mainstream.
Jesper Koll, Head of Japan at WisdomTree writes that he is bullish on Japan, saying that this time the situation there is different.
Data provider ETFGI reports that Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) ETF and ETP figures reveal that assets invested in ETFs and ETPs listed in Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) reached a record high of USD184 billion at the end of January 2018, shattering the previous record of USD170 billion set at the end of 2017.
Australian ETF Manager, BetaShares, and global asset management group, Legg Mason, have launched two new income-oriented Active ETFs – EINC and RINC - on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
The BetaShares Australian ETF Review reports that the Australian ETF industry grew by nearly AUD600 million in January, with total funds under management (FUM) reaching an all-time record high of AUD36.6 billion.
Australian ETF Manager, BetaShares, and Legg Mason have announced a long-term strategic partnership, to launch a range of Active ETFs.
Aussie ETF provider BetaShares has published its end of year review which reveals that the Australian ETF industry in 2017 broke virtually all records available, reaching a new record high of funds under management (FuM) of AUD36 billion, up a substantial AUD10.2 billion on 2016, and representing 40 per cent year on year growth.
ETF data provider ETFGI reports that assets invested in ETFs and ETPs listed in Japan increased by 59.2 per cent during 2017 to reach a new high of USD275.84 billion at the end of December.
Research and consulting firm Cerulli Associates reports that Australia's ETF market is booming, thanks to investors' needs for diversification, push by financial planners, and demand from the self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) and millennial segments.