HSBC will provide investors with opportunities to capitalise on the growth potential of the Greater China markets through a unique risk controlled mechanism.
Recently launched in Hong Kong, the HSBC Risk Controlled Fund Series – Greater China Fund also aims to capitalise on the long-term potential of Greater China, backed by solid economic fundamentals and attractive corporate earnings growth and valuations.
The Fund will invest across the China, Hong Kong and Taiwan markets primarily via ETFs without benchmark constraints to generate optimal returns. Through an innovative risk controlled mechanism, HSBC will analyse market trends, volatility and valuation data to determine the optimal asset allocation between equity and cash holdings, which will range from 0 to 100 per cent throughout different market cycles.
The economic region benefits from China’s robust domestic consumption, and close economic co-operation between the three economies. Additionally, the Economic Co-operation Framework Agreement between China and Taiwan is expected to open up further opportunities in sectors including banking, manufacturing and tourism.
“While many Hong Kong investors are interested in equity markets, there exists concerns around the level of market volatility. Given lingering investor uncertainties, HSBC remains committed to providing customers with the most diligent investment solutions, as demonstrated through this fund launch,” said Bruno Lee, HSBC’s Regional Head of Wealth Management Personal Financial Services, Asia Pacific. “Through our innovative HSBC Risk Controlled Fund Series – Greater China Fund, HSBC provides customers access to high growth Greater China markets while actively managing their risk exposure.”
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