CACEIS provides trustee services to HK funds
April 7, 2017

CACEIS, the asset servicing arm of France's Crédit Agricole, reports this morning that it has featured on the Hong Kong Securities & Futures Commission's list of authorized trustees for Hong Kong-domiciled funds since January this year.

Hong Kong-domiciled funds allow asset managers to access the Chinese onshore retail market as part of the Mutual Recognition of Funds (MRF) programme. The MRF programme enables managers of Hong Kong and Chinese-domiciled funds to distribute their products in both jurisdictions.

When appointed as trustee for a Hong Kong-domiciled fund, CACEIS can assist in obtaining authorization from the Securities & Futures Commission. Furthermore, as a member of the Hong Kong Trustees' Association, CACEIS's services are governed by the association's best practice principles and guidelines, ensuring a high standard of professional conduct.





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CACEIS, the asset servicing arm of France's Crédit Agricole, reports this morning that it has featured on the Hong Kong Securities & Futures Commission's list of authorized trustees for Hong Kong-domiciled funds since January this year.

Hong Kong-domiciled funds allow asset managers to access the Chinese onshore retail market as part of the Mutual Recognition of Funds (MRF) programme. The MRF programme enables managers of Hong Kong and Chinese-domiciled funds to distribute their products in both jurisdictions.

When appointed as trustee for a Hong Kong-domiciled fund, CACEIS can assist in obtaining authorization from the Securities & Futures Commission. Furthermore, as a member of the Hong Kong Trustees' Association, CACEIS's services are governed by the association's best practice principles and guidelines, ensuring a high standard of professional conduct.



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