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Asset manager China Post Global looking at opportunities in expanding Asian ETF market

Monday, May 16, 2016

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

Hong Kong-based asset manager China Post & Capital Global Asset Management Limited is looking at opportunities in the Asian ETF market with the introduction of an integrated trading and portfolio management platform.

To take advantage of the ETF opportunities in Asia, China Post has adopted Broadridge Financial Solutions for its Market Access ETFs.

Bennett Egeth, president of Broadridge Investment Management Solutions, said, "ETF markets in Hong Kong and China are outperforming peers in the broader Asian ETF market, which is still at a relatively early stage of development with less than 10 percent of global market share. Broadridge is very proud to be working with an innovative Asian provider like China Post Global to address this tremendous opportunity by providing efficient, scalable and future-proof portfolio management solutions."

Broadridge will also manage its ETF products globally as well as the firm's China fund distribution network. Broadridge's integrated trading, compliance, portfolio management and reporting solution supports the set-up, tracking, mark-to-market and management of the assets making up the synthetic ETFs. China Post Global also utilizes Broadridge's SWIFT service bureau.

"After acquiring the Market Access ETF range from Royal Bank of Scotland, a rapid and smooth transition was a key focus for us," said Chris Satterfield, CEO, China Post Global. "Broadridge was able to natively and seamle......................

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