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Hong Kong Stock Exchange: Welcome the first batch of ETF products in China and Hong Kong to be linked to Li Xiaojia: Continue to promote ETF communication

2020-10-23T05:13:10.130Z

The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (0388) welcomes the first batch of Hong Kong and Mainland Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) cross-linked products, which are listed in Hong Kong and Shenzhen at the same time today, promoting more ETFs to be cross-linked in the capital markets of Hong Kong and the Mainland. port



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Written by: Zhang Weilun

2020-10-23 13:02

Last update date: 2020-10-23 13:02

The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (0388) welcomes the first batch of Hong Kong and Mainland Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) cross-linked products, which are listed in Hong Kong and Shenzhen at the same time today, promoting more ETFs to be cross-linked in the capital markets of Hong Kong and the Mainland.

Li Xiaojia, Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, pointed out that today, two ETFs in Hong Kong and Shenzhen each are listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange according to the ETF mutual exchange, which opened a new page for the development of the cross-border ETF market.

ETF linkage can increase the liquidity of the two markets and provide more diversified investment opportunities for the two markets.

Li Xiaojia pointed out the results of continued efforts to build Hong Kong into Asia's leading ETF center.

The Hong Kong Stock Exchange will continue to discuss with the mainland exchanges and the supervisory authorities of the two places, and study and promote the related work of ETF connection.

The Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange also signed a memorandum of cooperation today to jointly promote ETF interlinking and witness the deepening of the interconnection between the capital markets of the two places.

Li Xiaojia pointed out that even though the macro economy this year is full of challenges, the financial markets of China and Hong Kong are showing strong resilience. The memorandum of cooperation signed today is the joint result of the deepening cooperation between Shenzhen and Hong Kong, and it is also the promotion of financial infrastructure interconnection in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Actively explore.

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Source: hk1

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