The Asia ETF Forum 2020 concluded with stimulating discussions among participants from the exchanged-traded funds (ETFs) industry. In this article, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited summarises the topics covered in the forum, including…
At the Asia ETF Forum 2019, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) welcomed industry experts from around the region to six key Asian exchange-traded fund (ETF) cities, offering attendees an updated view on the growing ETF market in Asia. This article…
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) explores the burgeoning impact of institutional investors in Asia’s exchange‑traded funds (ETFs) market – which is demonstrating the potential to establish itself as a global force – with a focus on the rapid…
Hong Kong’s exchange-traded fund market takes centre stage in international investors’ foray into Chinese markets, experts say. By Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX)
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New Brazil and Australia country heads and senior hires in Switzerland
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On the move
Global Custody Survey 2011
People moves across Asia
Alternative Fund Administration Survey 2011
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