Macqwerty Asset Management announced that the company has newly listed two types of Global Asia China Investment Leverage and Inverse Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).
On October 26, according to Macqwerty Asset Management, the company newly listed the ‘KOSEF China A50 Connect Leverage MSCI (Composite H)’ and ‘KOSEF China A50 Connect Inverse MSCI (Composite H)’ ETFs. Following the ‘KOSEF China A50 Connect MSCI’, which was listed last month, Macqwerty explained that it has established a global Asian-China investment product lineup by expanding leverage ETFs and inverse ETFs.
The ‘KOSEF China A50 Connect Leverage MSCI (Composite H)’ ETF tracks the daily dividend amount of the ‘MSCI China A50 Connect Index (“Index”)’ at twice the amount. The index was designed to track the movements of the entire A-share market in mainland China with a portfolio of 50 stocks.
The index is the ‘MSCI China A50 Index’ as the parent index. In addition, the top 50 stocks by current market capitalization are included in this ETF, but the weight of each sector is adjusted to be the same as the parent index, so as to invest in China’s new economy and old economy in a balanced way. The KOSEF China A50 Connect Inverse MSCI ETF tracks the daily dividend rate of the index by a negative one.
A Macqwerty Asset Management official explained, “Currently, the ‘CSI300 Index’ is being operated as the index for leverage ETFs and inverse ETFs that invest in China’s leading indexes listed in Korea.” The official added, “For the CSI300 Index leverage ETFs and the inverse ETFs, it was difficult to provide an LP quote due to the absence of index futures that LP (liquidity provider) securities companies can trade.”
The official said, “The index futures (MSCI China A50 Connect Index futures) of the two ETFs to be listed this time were listed on the Hong Kong Exchange on October 18 last year.” A official mentioned, “We have the advantage of being able to competitively offer LP quotes using this index futures.”
A Macqwerty official said, “We would like to show the advanced asset management industry through Neos, which was established in the US to target the global market.” In addition, an official added, “Following the traditional financial ETF, we are planning to launch digital asset-based investment products in the US next month, so we will expand our business in the global market.”
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