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Third China A Shares ETF lists on London Stock Exchange


The ETFS-E Fund MSCI China A Go UCITS exchange-traded fund has listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) offering both institutional and retail investors access to the China A Shares market.

The new fund, the third China A Shares-focused ETF to list in London already this year, will track an index designed to reflect a comprehensive set of Chinese companies with A Share listings on the Shanghai and/or Shenzhen Stock Exchanges.
Pietro Poletto, head of fixed income and ETFs, London Stock Exchange Group, says: “London’s role as an international financial centre is mirrored in its ability to provide investors a product range providing access to asset classes around the world. This new China A Shares ETFs, listed on London Stock Exchange provides investors with the opportunity to have direct exposure to China, one of the world’s largest and fastest growing economies.”
Matt Johnson, head of distribution EMEA, ETF Securities, says: “We are pleased to be listing Europe’s first physical UCITS ETF to track the MSCI China A Index on the LSE today. The China A shares market is gaining ground with European investors and this product provides an exciting opportunity for those who wish to access this market. The MSCI China A index covers the most comprehensive range of Chinese stocks, with less concentrated exposure to financials and large-cap state enterprises.
“We launched this product in cooperation with E-Fund, one of China’s largest and most respected asset management companies with significant experience managing RQFII and China ETFs.”
The ETFS-E Fund MSCI China A Go UCITS ETF is denominated in RMB and trades on London Stock Exchange in GBP and USD.
London has recently introduced CNY and HKD trading for ETFs on the London Stock Exchange supported by clearing and settlement.

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