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Chinese investment banking giant China International Capital Corp (CICC) has launched its first exchange-traded fund in Hong Kong after its acquisition of New York-based Kraneshares last year.
Chinese investment bank China International Capital Corp (CICC) has agreed to take a majority stake in the New York-based ETF provider Krane Funds Advisors.
While global investors pulled out of China ETFs in 2017, many bought the Kraneshares CSI China Internet ETF, which saw the biggest inflows in this category, according to data from Morningstar.