CSOP Asset Management is developing new exchange traded funds (ETF) products in order to diversify its offerings away from equity ETFs while keeping a keen focus on China. CSOP started its ETF business in 2012 following the launch of China’s RQFII.
MSCI has announced that CSOP Asset Management, one of the largest Chinese asset management firms in Hong Kong with over $8bn AUM, has licensed the MSCI China and USA Internet Top 50 Equal Weighted Index for an ETF to be launched shortly. “We chose MSCI.
The government’s supply-side reform initiative has been good for sectors that have struggled with overcapacity, says Hong Kong-based Patrick Song, a portfolio manager for CSOP Asset Management, which oversees $4.8 billion. “For China onshore credit.
The CSOP FTSE China A50 ETF (NYSEARCA:AFTY) covers the 50 largest A-shares companies whose shares are listed on mainland China stock exchanges in either Shanghai or Shenzhen. CSOP also manages a Hong Kong-listed ETF by the same name as AFTY; the fund has.
Debuted with more than $237 million in assets as the largest initial launch among all US listed equity ETFs since 2007 NEW YORK, March 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CSOP Asset Management Limited ("CSOP" or the "Company"), a leading offshore Chinese asset.
Source, an asset manager and one of the market leading European providers of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs), and CSOP Asset Management (“CSOP”), a leading Hong Kong-based provider of on-shore Chinese exposure, have filed with the SEC to launch a.
HONG KONG: Chinese asset management firm CSOP Asset Management launched the first renminbi exchange-traded fund (ETF) tracking Shenzhen's ChiNext index on Friday, providing foreign investors with a new channel to diversify their portfolios. The fund that.
fund manager CSOP Asset Management said in a statement. The RQFII, or RMB Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors scheme, helps channel offshore yuan into China's stocks and bonds. "Investors are seeking investment instruments with very good liquidity to.
CSOP Asset Management and Source, a London-based ETF provider, launched the first ETF in Europe to provide direct exposure to China's domestic stock market. CSOP Source FTSE China A50 UCITS ETF garnered initial orders of 1.42 billion renmimbi ($230 million.
Read the prospectus carefully before investing. CSOP FTSE China A50 ETF is managed by CSOP Asset Management Limited (the "Adviser"), and distributed by ALPS Distributors, Inc. ("ALPS.