Premia Partners selected as winner of HKEx Top Performing ETF Total Return Award for its Premia CSI Caixin China New Economy ETF with 45.2% return for 2019

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Friday February 14, 2020 17:00
HONG KONG--17 Feb--PRNewswire/InfoQuest

Premia Partners, a leading ETF issuer in Hong Kong, is delighted to be recognized by the HKEx as Winner of the 2019 Top Performing ETF – Total Return Award for its Premia CSI Caixin China New Economy ETF, which recorded a 45.2% return during 2019.

  • Premia CSI Caixin China New Economy ETF (Tickers: 3173 HK / 9173 HK) tracks the CSI Caixin Rayliant New Economic Engine Index, which captures ~300 leading new economy sector companies listed in the Mainland. The physically replicated ETF is one of the lowest cost China ETFs with total-expense-ratio (TER) of 0.50% p.a.
  • Contrary to a conventional market capitalisation approach, companies are selected based on fundamental factors such as non-fixed asset size, financial health and growth characteristics. The diversified portfolio provides investors with a differentiated smart beta approach to participate in China's structural growth and economic transformation, with companies not just in internet, but also healthcare, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, new energy, industrial automation, 5G, cloud computing, IoT, and consumption sectors, and other technology-enabled new economy drivers.

"We are most grateful for the recognition and continued support by the HKEx, as well as our clients and business partners in this journey," said Rebecca Chua, Managing Partner of Premia Partners. "We have great passion for the Asian ETF markets and look forward to building out more efficient tools for investors to access growth opportunities in Asia."

The HKEX ETF Awards are dedicated to recognising the achievements of the top performers in Hong Kong's ETF industry. As of February 14th 2020, Premia Partners which celebrated its third anniversary has 6 ETFs listed on HKEx covering China, Emerging ASEAN, Asia Innovative Technology, Vietnam and US Treasury exposures.

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