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While leveraged and inverse ETFs build traction in Hong Kong, it is still not clear who is buying them. But industry observers have some ideas about how demand is developing.
The fund house has poached Bin Han from Credit Suisse amid a raft of recent hires to its institutional and wholesale teams across Hong Kong and Singapore.
Certain leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds newly listed in Hong Kong are being traded far more heavily than others, which has led some to question the source of demand.