Reuters exclusively reported BlackRock plans to launch its first product in China’s $220 billion onshore exchange-traded fund (ETF) market later this year and has started hiring staff accordingly. The world’s largest money manager, which thrives on the rise of passive investing with 70% of its $10 trillion global portfolio in ETFs and index funds, will be the first wholly owned foreign fund manager to tap the onshore Chinese ETF market.
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