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MSCI says “ni hao” to Alibaba, Baidu, and others*

November 30 marks two landmark developments for China from both MSCI and the International Monetary Fund.


Alibaba was 8.49% of KWEB net assets as of 10/31/2015 | was 6.43% of KWEB net assets as of 10/31/2015 | Tencent was 10.87% of KWEB net assets as of 10/31/2015

We believe the tie between the United States and China will be the most important economic relationship of our lifetimes. We have been the first to launch a number of products to capture this dynamic.

KFYP – First U.S.-listed Policy-Driven China ETF1

KWEB – First China & Technology ETF to Own Alibaba Globally2

KBA – First MSCI China A Share ETF in the United States3

KCNY – First U.S.-listed Commercial Paper ETF4

KEMP – First Emerging Market ETF or Index Fund to Include Onshore China Globally5

As trade and investment increases between the United States and China we are dedicated to delivering global investors world-class investment products to capture these flows.

Our process provides intuitive solutions geared toward capturing China’s importance as an essential element of a well-designed investment portfolio.

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  1. Michael Krause, (Nov 2, 2015) ETF Research Center
  2. (Oct 8, 2014), "Invest in Alibaba Stock with These 3 ETFs - ETF News And Commentary", Zacks
  3. Tom Lydon, (Mar 5, 2014), "A New ETF Avenue to Mainland China", ETF Trends
  4. Dennis Hudachek, (Dec 4, 2014), "New China ‘Paper’ ETF A Groundbreaker",
  5. Todd Shriber, (Feb 7, 2015), "Finally, an Emerging Markets ETF Including China A-Shares", ETF Trends