Rhee Jung-ho, president and CEO of Mirae Asset Global Investment (Hong Kong), says the company will broaden its Hong Kong-listed ETF range. Photo: May Tse
Rhee Jung-ho, president and CEO of Mirae Asset Global Investment (Hong Kong), says the company will broaden its Hong Kong-listed ETF range. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong-listed ETFs expected to benefit from Greater Bay Area growth, upcoming connect scheme

  • Investors can use ETFs to invest in mainland China with Hong Kong serving as the ideal location to develop these products, Mirae’s Hong Kong CEO says
  • Talks on a planned ETF connect scheme between Hong Kong and mainland China have stalled because of technical issues

Topic |   Banking & finance
Rhee Jung-ho, president and CEO of Mirae Asset Global Investment (Hong Kong), says the company will broaden its Hong Kong-listed ETF range. Photo: May Tse
Rhee Jung-ho, president and CEO of Mirae Asset Global Investment (Hong Kong), says the company will broaden its Hong Kong-listed ETF range. Photo: May Tse
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