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Commerzbank lists two ETFs on CEINEX

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Commerzbank has listed a new ETF, in partnership with BOC International, the Bank of China International (BOCI) Commerzbank – Shanghai Stock Exchange 50 A Share Index UCITS ETF and the cross listing of the Commerzbank CCBI RQFII Money Market UCITS ETF, in partnership with China Construction Bank International, both of which have been listed on the China Europe International Exchange (CEINEX).

 CEINEX, a joint venture of Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE), Deutsche Börse and China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX), was launched today in Frankfurt.
 
The internationalisation of the Renminbi (‘RMB’) continues to gain momentum, the bank says, but options for onshore RMB investments outside of China are still limited.  Commerzbank aims to provide access to onshore RMB investments efficiently and effectively by partnering with two of the most experienced institutions in the Chinese markets.
 
Thomas Timmermann CEO of Asset Management at Commerzbank Corporates & Markets says: “As the onshore Chinese markets are opening up to international investors, the market will continue to need investment solutions across a variety of asset classes.  By launching these products now Commerzbank and its partners are keeping up to date with their client’s requirements. These ETFs provide offshore investors the opportunity to invest in the mainland Chinese securities markets, via a listed and regulated European product.”
 
The Bank of China International (BOCI) Commerzbank – Shanghai Stock Exchange 50 A Share Index UCITS ETF is currently available to institutional investors and retail investors in Luxembourg and Germany. BOCI-Prudential Asset Management Limited will provide their investment management expertise to the Fund and Commerzbank Asset Management will provide structuring expertise and a société d'investissement à capital variable (SICAV) providing exposure to the SSE 50 A Share Index.
 

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