East Asia Closed-End Funds List

The following NYSE or NASDAQ listed East Asia closed-end funds offer investors exposure to equity and/or bond markets in various East Asia regions and/or countries (China, Taiwan and South Korea):

East Asia Closed-End Funds List*

Closed End FundTickerExchangeManager/AdvisorTypeRegionInception
1Aberdeen Greater China Fund Inc (reorg. abrdn Emerging Markets Equity Income Fund, Inc)GCHReorganizedAberdeen Asset Management IncEquityChina1992/07/23 - 2018/04/27 Reorganized
2China Fund IncCHNNYSEAllianz Global Investors US LLC EquityChina1992/07/10
3JPMorgan China Region Fund IncJFCLiquidatedJP Morgan Asset Management UK EquityChina1992/07/16 - 2017 Liquidated
4Korea Equity Fund IncKEFLiquidatedNomura Asset Management USA Inc EquityKorea1993/12/03 - 2017/07/18 Liquidated
5Korea Fund IncKFNYSEJPMorgan Chase & CoEquityKorea1984/08/29
6Morgan Stanley China A Share Fund, Inc CAFNYSEMorgan Stanley Investment Management EquityChina2006/09/28
7Taiwan Fund IncTWNNYSEAllianz Global Investors U.S. LLCEquityTaiwan1986/12/23
8Templeton Dragon Fund Inc TDFNYSEFranklin Templeton InvestmentsEquityChina1994/09/20

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In addition to the above list of East Asia closed-end funds, check out our complete list of East Asia ADRs (including China ADRs, Hong Kong ADRs, Macau ADRs, South Korea ADRs and Taiwan ADRs) as well as our Asia ETF (Region Wide) list, Asia Pacific ETF list and East Asia ETF lists (including China ETF, Hong Kong ETF, South Korea ETF and Taiwan ETF lists).

For additional resources for investing in the East Asia region in general, check out all of our East Asia tagged articles/links.

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