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Single country emerging market ETFs fee cut

Time to polish the GEMs: Single country emerging market ETFs reduction of management fees.

The conditions are in place for emerging markets to sparkle. A stable global macroeconomic backdrop, easy monetary and fiscal policy across a number of developed and emerging countries, the USD has been softening and commodity prices continue to trend higher. Emerging market country indices have come back into fashion in recent months for good reason.

The gargantuan global monetary and fiscal policy stimulus effort across developed and emerging market economies in 2020 leaves abundant liquidity in the system which should continue to find its way into emerging market assets. Providing there is no sudden surge in inflation, policy makers will likely withdraw stimulus only gradually across economies. This leaves emerging markets in a sweet spot.

To offer investors quick and easy exposure to these strategic investments, in March 2021, we reduced the TER of several of our single country emerging market ETFs by 10bps.

 
Previous TER
New TER
Fund overview
HSBC MSCI Brazil UCITS ETF

0.60%

0.50%

HSBC MSCI Indonesia UCITS ETF
HSBC MSCI Korea Capped UCITS ETF
HSBC MSCI Malaysia UCITS ETF
HSBC MSCI Mexico Capped UCITS ETF
HSBC MSCI Russia Capped UCITS ETF
HSBC MSCI Taiwan Capped UCITS ETF
HSBC MSCI Turkey UCITS ETF

Source: HSBC Asset Management, as at March 2021.

Any views expressed were held at the time of preparation and are subject to change without notice. Any forecast, projection or target where provided is indicative only and not guaranteed in any way. HSBC Global Asset Management accepts no liability for any failure to meet such forecast, projection or target. The information provided is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as a recommendation or solicitation for any investment strategy or product, nor securities in the regions and countries referenced.