Desperately seeking a benchmark

Benjamin Rudd, Ping An of China Asset Management

Cross-listing US and European exchange-traded funds (ETFs) on stock exchanges in Asia, particularly in Singapore and Hong Kong, may have boosted awareness of these increasingly complex investment products in the region, but it has not led to a rapid increase in take-up. That was the conclusion reached by speakers and delegates at the Art of Indexing Summit Asia, held in the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore on June 8.

Instead, investors are asking for local or regional ETFs that allow them to trade

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