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 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
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

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 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
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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Jennifer Li

Jennifer Li

Jennifer Li is a market reporter at business desk, following equity and currency markets in the mainland and Hong Kong. She is also interested in latest development in primary market and asset management industry. Before joining SCMP, she worked for The Standard, covering breaking business news in Hong Kong and the mainland, with topics ranging from listed companies to macro economy.