JREC ETF tracks Chinese companies

JPM China A Research Enhanced Equity (ESG) UCITS ETF (JREC ETF) It strives to achieve a long-term return that exceeds the MSCI China A (Total Net Return) Index (the “Benchmark”) by investing primarily in a group of Chinese companies.

This ETF comes with an annual management cost of 0.40 percent.

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The value of equity-related securities can decline as well as rise in response to individual company results and general market conditions, sometimes quickly or unexpectedly. In the event of a company’s bankruptcy or similar financial restructuring, its shares usually lose most or all of their value.

Since the instruments held by the sub-fund may be denominated in currencies other than the base currency, the sub-fund may be adversely affected by exchange control rules or exchange rate fluctuations. For this reason, changes in exchange rates may affect the value of the sub-fund’s portfolio and may affect the value of the units.

The subsidiary fund will invest primarily in Chinese A shares through the China-Hong Kong equity peg programmes, which are subject to regulatory changes, quota restrictions and also operational restrictions that may increase counterparty risk.

Changes in exchange rates can negatively affect the return on your investment. Currently, the renminbi is not a freely convertible currency because it is subject to currency controls and restrictions. Sub-fund investments via China-Hong Kong Stock Connect may be adversely affected by exchange rate movements between the Renminbi and other currencies. There is no guarantee that the renminbi exchange rate will not fluctuate much against the US dollar or any other currency in the future. Any write-off of the yuan will reduce the value of the renminbi-denominated assets, which may have a detrimental effect on the results of the sub-fund.

A subsidiary fund may invest in securities of smaller companies that may be less liquid, more volatile and tend to assume greater financial risk than securities of larger companies.

Excluding companies that do not meet certain ESG criteria from the investing world of a sub-fund may cause sub-funds to perform differently compared to similar funds that do not have such a policy.

Trading the JREC ETF

JPM China A Research Enhanced Equity (ESG) UCITS ETF (JREC ETF) It is a European exchange-traded fund. This fund is traded on many different exchanges, such as Borsa Italiana, Deutsche Boerse Xetra and the London Stock Exchange. For this reason, different acronyms appear on the same ETF.

This means that it is possible to trade units in this ETF through most Swedish banks and online brokers, for example DejeroAnd nordnet And keep it up.


exchange short name Currency Sidol
London Stock Exchange JREC American dollar BMV7HX5
London Stock Exchange JRCE GBX BMV7HY6
Italian Stock Exchange JREC euro BNR4SM3
German Stock Exchange JREC euro BMV7HZ7
Six Swiss Exchange JREC American dollar BMF 7 C 06

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