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Chinese issuer E Funds are little known in the west. But they're one of the biggest fund managers in China, with RMB 1 trillion (approx. US$150 billion) under management.
Like other big investment houses, E Funds are trying their hand at Chinese ETFs, launching two new funds: E Fund CSI All Share Securities Companies ETF (512570); and the E Fund CSI Military Industry ETF (512560).
512570 tracks the CSI All Share Index, an important Chinese benchmark which lists all of China's A shares. 512560 tracks an index of China's military industry, which tracks large military corporations in China.
In Europe and North America things have been less interested.
iShares has cross listed four of its euro ETFs into the United States. They are: iShares EUR Govt Bond 5-7yr UCITS ETF (IIPPF) iShares MSCI World EUR Hedged UCITS ETF (IPPPF) iShares STOXX Europe 600 Insurance ETF (IXXXF) iShares EUR Govt Bond 1-3yr UCITS ETF (IIGGF)
iShares has also cross listed three of its ETFs into Frankfurt. They were already listed on Xetra. They are: iShares MSCI World Quality Dividend UCITS ETF (QDVW) iShares MSCI Europe Quality Dividend UCITS ETF (QDVX) iShares USD Floating Rate Bond UCITS ETF (QDVY)