Invesco adds to China ETF range

ETFsGlobal fund manager Invesco is expanding its range of investment vehicles with exposure to China with the launch of two ETFs. The Invesco S&P China A 300 Swap Ucits ETF is focused on the 300 largest companies in China while the Invesco S&P China A MidCap 500 Swap Ucits ETF tracks the next 500 largest and mid-cap companies. Both ETFs are based on Invesco’s synthetic replication model and an index that only tracks companies incorporated in mainland China and traded in renminbi on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges Companies on the Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctions list will be removed from the index. The two new ETFs follow last year’s launch of the Invesco China All Shares Stock Connect Ucits ETF and the Invesco China Technology All Shares Stock Connect Ucits ETF.  According to Gary Buxton, head of Emea ETFs and indexed strategies at Invesco, the ETFs offer the opportunity to be “more precise” with their exposure to the increasingly diverse Chinese equity market. © 2022 funds global asia

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