Crédit Agricole Structured Asset Management has listed two ETFs on NYSE Euronext, which track the MSCI China and MSCI India indices.
The ETFs are denominated in dollars, and follow the launch of the same ETFs denominated in euros back in March.
Casam claims that its MSCI China ETF is the first listed in Europe to replicate the MSCI China H index, comprising the 50 leading Chinese stocks listed in Hong Kong.
The fund reinvests net dividends to ensure optimal exposure to the underlying benchmark. The ETF has an annual management fee of 0.55%.
The Casam ETF MSCI India replicates the respective index, which consists of the top 60 stocks in the Indian market. The fund also reinvests net dividends and has an annual management fee of 0.80%
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