SG to offer UK retail investors exposure to China

At the same time it intends to launch warrants on Petrochina, China’s biggest oil and gas company, and Infosys Technology, India’s largest information technology company. It is also launching warrants on Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffet’s investment vehicle.

“The three Asian underlyings give investors the opportunity to gain exposure to some of the more exotic but historically best performing shares, indexes and investment funds,” said David Lake, SG’s director of UK warrants.

“There is a lot of buzz around Berkshire Hathaway,” he added.

Warrants are traded on the London Stock Exchange, while retail investors can purchase them through brokers.

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