This sponsored survey – the only poll dedicated to understanding institutional investors' ETF use in Asia – takes only a few minutes to fill out. The more responses we receive, the more accurate and representative of the market the survey will be.
In less than ten years, ETF use in Asia has become a serious alternative to other financial products that allow participation in broad market movements. As the ETF market in Asia is developing, being aware of the views and practices of ETF institutional investors is essential. The results of this survey will contribute to this awareness by analysing the responses from institutional investors on their use of ETFs.
The sponsored survey should take no longer than five minutes to complete and your responses will be treated with strict confidence. Responses will not be attributed to individuals.
To receive the results of the survey and two complimentary copies of Asia Risk magazine, please complete your details on the first page of the survey.
If you have any questions, please contact Marcel Chambers on +852 3411 4805 or email [email protected]
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