Hong Kong’s stock market took a step forward in cross-border integration with its mainland counterparts with the launch of the ETF Connect on Monday. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong’s stock market took a step forward in cross-border integration with its mainland counterparts with the launch of the ETF Connect on Monday. Photo: Edmond So

ETF Connect to strengthen Hong Kong’s super-connector role and solidify city’s position as Asia’s top ETF trading hub

  • Under the new cross-border trading scheme, 83 mainland-listed ETFs – 53 in Shanghai and 30 in Shenzhen – can initially be traded by international investors
  • The ETF connect will attract up to 200 billion yuan (US$29.8 billion) of capital into mainland China’s ETF market within one to two years, China Asset Management says

Hong Kong’s stock market took a step forward in cross-border integration with its mainland counterparts with the launch of the ETF Connect on Monday. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong’s stock market took a step forward in cross-border integration with its mainland counterparts with the launch of the ETF Connect on Monday. Photo: Edmond So
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