Investing in Southeast Asia ETFs / Southeast Asia ETF List (Region Wide)
A list of Southeast Asia ETFs covering the whole region consists of the Global X Southeast Asia ETF (NYSEARCA: ASEA) from Global X which tracks the FTSE/ASEAN 40 Index. This index covers large cap, mid cap and small cap stocks from the seven leading ASEAN stock markets: Bursa Malaysia, Hanoi Stock Exchange, Ho Chi Minh Exchange, Indonesia Stock Exchange, Philippine Stock Exchange, Singapore Stock Exchange and the Stock Exchange of Thailand. In addition, investors interested in investing in Southeast Asia ETFs should check out our individual country ETF lists (including our Indonesia ETF list, Malaysia ETF list, Philippines ETF list, Singapore ETF list, Thailand ETF list and Vietnam ETF list), Asia Pacific ETF list, Southeast Asia closed-end fund lists (Indonesia closed-end fund list, Singapore closed-end fund list and Thailand closed-end funds) and Southeast Asia ADR lists (Indonesia ADR list, Malaysia ADR list, Philippines ADR list, Singapore ADR list and Thailand ADR list) pages.
Region Wide Southeast Asia ETF List*
|ETF||Ticker||Mgr / Advisor||Asset Class||Inception||Tracking Index|
|1||Global X Southeast Asia ETF||ASEA||Global X||Equities - EM||2011/02/17||FTSE/ASEAN 40 Index|
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