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  • CETF
    VanEck FTSE China A50 ETF

    VanEck FTSE China A50 ETF

    • NAV

      as at 23-Jul-24
    • Total Net Assets
    • Dividend Frequency
      1 each year
    • Management fee (p.a.)
    • Number of securities
    • Inception Date
    The NAV is generally calculated daily after all markets are closed for that day based on the closing price of the securities on the relevant foreign stock exchange. The NAV is then converted to AUD based on the relevant London WM Reuters 4pm exchange rate. This means, due to Australia’s time zone, that the NAV will generally not be updated until around 1pm next business day.


    Fund description: CETF gives investors exposure to a diversified portfolio comprising the 50 largest companies in the mainland Chinese market. CETF aims to provide investment returns before fees and other costs which track the performance of the Index.

    Key benefits

    Australia's only dedicated China A-shares market benchmark exposure

    Access to a diversified portfolio of the 50 largest companies in the mainland Chinese market that make up the FTSE China A50 Index.

    A-shares growth driven by domestic consumption

    Domestic consumption growth in China is the highest in the world.

    Diversified across companies and sectors

    Comprised of the largest and the most liquid mainland China companies considered to be the pillar companies of the Chinese economy and leaders in their sectors.

    Index Key points

    Underlying Index:

    FTSE China A50 Index

    The Index comprises:

    A diversified group of the 50 largest companies by full market capitalisation, in the mainland Chinese market.

    Companies eligible for inclusion in Index:

    • The eligible universe of securities is the FTSE Global China A All Cap Free Index.
    • A liquidity screen is conducted semi-annually in March and September based on each security’s monthly median daily trading.
    • Securities with a Free-float Market Capitalisation of 5% or below are not eligible for inclusion in the Index.
    • A securities’ weight in the Index will be reduced as it approaches the maximum foreign ownership limit.
    • The 50 largest companies by full Market Capitalisation of the FTSE China A All Cap Free Index are selected to form the FTSE China A50 Index.

    Further information about the Index and FTSE is available at

    Index provider:

    FTSE International Limited (FTSE), a member of the London Stock Exchange. FTSE is not a related body corporate of VanEck Investments Limited.

    The VanEck FTSE China A50 ETF (the Fund) is not in any way sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by FTSE International Limited or the London Stock Exchange Group companies (LSEG) (together the Licensor Parties) and none of the Licensor Parties make any claim, prediction, warranty or representation whatsoever, expressly or impliedly, either as to (i) the results to be obtained from the use of the FTSE China A50 Index (the Index) upon which the Fund is based, (ii) the figure at which the Index is said to stand at any particular time on any particular day or otherwise, or (iii) the suitability of the Index for the purpose to which it is being put in connection with the Fund. None of the Licensor Parties have provided or will provide any financial or investment advice or recommendation in relation to the Index to VanEck or to its clients. The Index is calculated by FTSE or its agent. None of the Licensor Parties shall be (a) liable (whether in negligence or otherwise) to any person for any error in the Index or (b) under any obligation to advise any person of any error therein. All rights in the Index vest in FTSE. “FTSE®” is a trademark of LSEG and is used by FTSE under license.


    Holdings & allocations


    Election of Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)

    You can elect DRP by logging into Link’s Investor Centre ( Once you are logged in, please proceed to the “Payments and Tax” tab and select “Reinvestment Update”.

    Documents & insights

    CETFAU /blog/china/