E Fund Management Marks To start with Anniversary of ETF Connect with Inclusion of Four ETF Goods

HONG KONG, July 21, 2023 /CNW/ — E Fund Administration (“E Fund” or the Firm), the largest fund administration corporation with places of work in mainland China and Hong Kong, marks the very first anniversary of the ETF Link program by increasing its participation. With important presence in the asset management business, the Business proceeds to bolster its position in this system with inclusion of four more ETF goods, particularly E Fund SSE 50 ETF, E Fund STAR 50 ETF, E Fund CSI 1000 ETF, and E Fund CSI SEEE Carbon Neutral ETF. The expanded choices became successful on July 17, 2023.

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This landmark plan, which facilitates two way funds flows concerning mainland China and Hong Kong for qualified trade-traded resources (“ETFs”), has played a pivotal role in deepening the integration of funds marketplaces. Released in July 2022, the ETF Link was poised to contain ETFs in the Inventory Connect, which is typically referred to as the mutual sector accessibility system. This enables Hong Kong and international buyers to trade eligible ETFs shown in mainland China via Hong Kong securities companies, and reciprocally, mainland traders gain obtain to trade qualified Hong Kong-listed ETFs by way of nearby brokerages.

The ETF Hook up has developed in each size and scope in excess of the past calendar year. In accordance to Hong Kong Inventory Exchanges, a total of 137 ETFs can be traded as a result of the method starting from July 17, 2023. As of July 14, 2023, the full trading quantity of Northbound ETFs — ETF financial commitment flows from Hong Kong to the Mainland — amounted to close to RMB53 billion (US$7.3 billion) given that inception, while Southbound ETFs (from the Mainland to Hong Kong) arrived at a full investing volume of HK$382 billion (US$48.7 billion).

Lin Weibin, Head of Index Expenditure Office at E Fund Administration said, “For overseas buyers, the ETF Hook up gives a handy and efficient way to access China’s A-share marketplace. We will work to push a lot more items to be included in the application, offering worldwide traders with an even broader array of financial investment possibilities.”

E Fund joined the ETF Link as early as its commencement in July 2022 and extra three a lot more ETFs in January 2023, covering the CSI Dividend, STAR and ChiNext 50, and MSCI China A50 indices. Now, with the most recent expansion in July 2023, E Fund at present has 13 merchandise accessible in the program.

About E Fund Management

Recognized in 2001, E Fund Administration Co., Ltd. (“E Fund”) is a main thorough fund supervisor in China with shut to RMB 3 trillion (USD 414 billion) below management. It delivers investment methods to onshore and offshore shoppers, helping customers achieve long-time period sustainable financial commitment performances. E Fund’s consumers incorporate equally people today and establishments, ranging from central banking companies, sovereign wealth money, social stability cash, pension funds, insurance policy and reinsurance companies, to corporates and banking companies. Extended-term oriented, it has been concentrating on the investment decision administration business enterprise since inception and thinks in the energy of in-depth study and time in investing. It is a pioneer and major practitioner in liable investments in China and is extensively identified as one of the most trustworthy and outstanding Chinese asset professionals.

Supply: E Fund AuM is preliminary estimation and includes subsidiaries. Details as of Jun 30, 2023. Forex price is sourced from PBoC as at stop of June, 2023.

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