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VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC A-Share ETF

Fund Manager: VanEck
Inception Date: Jun 01, 2015

The Australian arm of one of the world's largest exchange traded fund specialists says talk of China's indebtedness is "overdone," as it makes plans to offer investors more access to the country's increasingly open capital markets. The recent move by US index provider MSCI to include onshore China A-shares in its return indices will be an "incremental" push for both active and passive fund managers to include China A shares in their offerings, VanEck Australia managing director Arian Neiron said. "Most people talk about the likes of China's GDP, the headline numbers, shadow banking and China's indebtedness. We think that's overdone, overcooked," Mr Neiron said. "A lot of fund managers, the likes of Platinum's Kerr Neilson are invested heavily in the China and believe the story. They have done their due diligence and we're very much aligned to that as well. [More]

There are now around 80 ETFs available on the ASX with international exposure. This is great news for investors, with the Australian share market making up just 3% of global markets, investors can easily access the other 97% through purchase of an ETF on the ASX. Investors in ETFs may have come across the terms Australian and Internationally domiciled (also known as cross-listed). There’s some subtle differences that the country an ETF is domiciled in brings. Below we’ve taken a look ... [More]

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