Stock exchange to offer China fund out of Dublin

The Irish Stock Exchange is planning to offer investors at least two more exchange traded funds (ETFs) by the end of the year following the success of the Iseq 20 ETF over the last 12 months.

15th April, 2006

The Irish Stock Exchange is planning to offer investors at least two more exchange traded funds (ETFs) by the end of the year following the success of the Iseq 20 ETF over the last 12 months.

The stock exchange is currently talking to a number of international fund providers, which will likely see the introduction of two new ETFs, including one tracking the FTSE index in London and another tracking stocks in China.

Brian Healy, director of...

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