BMO’s Clarence Chan believes ETFs listed in Hong Kong will prove attractive to mainland Chinese investors, particularly products that target markets and assets outside of China. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jennifer Li
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Across The Border by Jennifer Li

Hong Kong exchange traded funds expected to be popular among mainland investors

Some of the benchmark-tracking investment products, known as ETFs, will become available to mainland investors under the stock connect scheme in 2017

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BMO’s Clarence Chan believes ETFs listed in Hong Kong will prove attractive to mainland Chinese investors, particularly products that target markets and assets outside of China. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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