ETF data provider ETFGI has revealed that assets invested in ETFs/ETPs listed in Japan reached a new record high of USD209 billion at the end of April 2017.
The Australian ETF provider BetaShares writes that the Australian ETF industry increased 3.3 per cent (or AUD900 million) to hit a new record of AUD28.3 billion in funds under management (FUM) at the end of April.
Aussie ETF firm BetaShares reports that the Australian ETF industry increased 4.8 per cent (or AUD1.26 billion) to hit a new record of AUD27.4 billion in funds under management (FUM) at th
Jesper Koll, Head of WisdomTree Japan, writes that the coming two weeks are poised to go down as the first real insight into ‘Team Trump’s’ global economic leadership skills.
STOXX Ltd, the operator of Deutsche Boerse Group’s index business has announced that an ETF based on the STOXX ASEAN Select Dividend 30 Index has been tradeable on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) since Tuesday.
Morgane Delledonne, Associate Director –Fixed Income Strategies, ETF Securities writes that the Chinese credit boom could lead to stress in the domestic banking sector and an extended period of below-trend economic growth.
Low cost investing and the rise of the robo-advisory model in Asia are causing a number of traditionally active fund houses to ramp up their passive capabilities, including strategic beta, a new study finds.
ETF provider WisdomTree has launched accumulating and distributing share classes of the WisdomTree India Quality UCITS ETF (EPIQ) on the London Stock Exchange, offering smart beta exposure to Indian stocks with a focus on quality as measured by above average returns on assets (ROA) and return on equity (ROE).
Manulife has become the first financial institution to be granted an Investment Company Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise (WFOE) license and will now be providing its public market and private assets solutions to China’s asset management industry via a new company, Manulife Investment (Shanghai) Limited Company.
CITIC-Prudential Life Insurance Company (CITIC-PRU Life) has received approval from the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) to commence preparatory work for the establishment of a new branch in Sichuan province.