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BetaShares Asia Technology Tigers ETF (ASX: ASIA)
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About BetaShares Asia Technology Tigers ETF

Betashares Asia Technology Tigers ETF (ASX: ASIA) is an ASX listed exchange-traded fund (ETF). ASIA aims to track the performance of the Solactive Asia ex-Japan Technology & Internet Tigers Index. This index comprises 50 of the largest technology shares in Asia excluding Japan.

ASIA is very much a growth-focused ETF with investments in some of the fastest growing tech and e-commerce companies in Asia. These include e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA), Chinese search engine Baidu Inc (NASDAQ: BIDU), electronics manufacturer Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (KRX: 005930), and WeChat owner Tencent Holdings Ltd (HKG: 0700).

According to the BetaShares website, the company maintains that, due to the region’s “younger, tech-savvy population, Asia is surpassing the West in terms of technological adoption and the sector is anticipated to remain a growth sector”. As at October 2020, nearly 60% of the fund’s holdings comprised Chinese companies.

ASIA shares first listed on the ASX in September 2018. Since then, the ASIA share price has performed impressively. By the end of August 2020, the fund delivered a net return, after management fees of 58.65% over the prior 12 months and 28% per annum since its inception. As at October 2020, ASIA attracts a management fee of 0.67% per annum.

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Name Title Start Date Profile
Mr David Nathanson Executive Director Sep 2009
Mr Nathson has experience in the financial services and legal industries in Sydney and New York at firms including Goldman, Sachs & Co, Macquarie Bank and Freehills. He is a director of Apex Capital Partners Pty Ltd.
Mr Alex Vynokur Chief Executive OfficerExecutive Director Sep 2009
Mr Vynokur was part of the establishment and development of Australian financial services businesses including Pengana Capital and Centric Wealth. He is a director and principal of Apex Capital Partners. He is also a director of Toranotec Ltd. He previously worked at Turnbull Pillemer Capital, where he focussed on identifying and managing investments across the financial services industry. Prior to commencing his career in financial services, he was a lawyer at Baker & McKenzie, specialising in mergers and acquisitions and financial services.
Jungho Rhee Non-Executive Director Sep 2018
No Profile Reported in Annual Report.
Young Hwan Kim Non-Executive Director Feb 2020
No Profile Reported in Annual Report.
Mr Anton Allen Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel & Head of Compliance
Anton Allen Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel & Head of Compliance

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