ETFs 'increasingly favoured' for China exposure by European institutional investors

Mark Battersby
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ETFs are increasingly being used to gain exposure to Chinese equities and bonds, according to new research which asked the views of 150 European institutional investors and wealth managers with a combined AUM of $292.8bn. Over three quarters (78%) expect to see an increase in the use of ETFs to access Chinese asset classes over the next three years. The study was carried out by NTree International on behalf of investment manager China Post Global. When asked why they think the use of China focused ETFs will increase between now and 2024, 67% of institutional investors said that the...

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