It may have taken more than 20 years, but ETFs finally seem to be getting the recognition among the financial adviser community they warrant
Investors globally are in the midst of a cost-driven revolution. Consultant PricewaterhouseCoopers is predicting that index-linked investing will double its proportion of global AUM by 2020
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) revealed in May that it is working on pilot schemes for equity ETF options, as part of its plan to promote more sophisticated investing
Taiwan’s ETF landscape has long been controlled by a small group of players. However, a decision by the island’s regulatory watchdog to relax constraints on alternative index products has opened
The size and success of the ETF industry in the United States means that it is often considered a mature market
More than 200 executives from Asia-Pacific’s top pension funds, insurance companies and other institutional investors gathered in Hong Kong
21 July 2014
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) revealed in May that it is working on pilot schemes for equity ETF options, as part of its plan to promote more sophisticated investing in the Mainland. The move, due for August, is poised to fuel demand for ETFs listed in China, according to fund managers.
ETFI Asia magazine – ETFI being an acronym for exchange traded funds and index funds – is published four times a year and is dedicated to providing in-depth coverage of ETFs and the indexing industry in the Asia-Pacific region.
21 July 2014
Since launching over two decades ago, the global ETF market has grown into a US$2.5 trillion business backed by more than 5,000 products. Behind the explosive growth of ETFs, wealth managers have played a key role by increasingly adding these low-cost products to investors’ portfolios.
Directed at a very focussed institutional audience in the Asia-Pacific region, ETFI Asia has an average qualified circulation of 5,169 for the 6-month period: March 2013 to Septmeber 2013.