SocGen To Debut China 50 ETF-Linked Note

Société Générale has announced that it will launch a derivative product that references the China 50 exchange traded fund.

  • 18 Nov 2009
Société Générale has announced that it will launch a derivative product that references the China 50 exchange traded fund. According to Alexandre Werno, director of SG Global Market and Derivative Instrument China Division, the new fund has been developed together with Everbright Securities, a Chinese firm, and will ...

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