CommSec has launched two new investment opportunities – Capital China 2006 and Capital Europe – which it says provide investors with access to leading European companies and China's powerhouse economy.
Capital China 2006 and Capital Europe represent the bank’s latest ‘Capital’ offerings and sit alongside ‘Japan’ and ‘Asia’ which were launched earlier this year.
Capital China 2006 is a six year Australian Dollar investment that seeks to provide capital growth based on the performance of a range of Chinese enterprises. Investors will have access to some of China’s largest companies which are listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.
Similarly some of the world’s largest and most successful blue-chip companies are listed on the European mainland and Capital Europe delivers an entree for investors to access the growth potential of companies such as ING, Nokia and Siemens. Capital Europe is a five year Australian Dollar investment linked to the performance of 50 leading European stocks.
CommSec’s general manager, Matt Comyn commented: We’ve found that our investors are continuing to look for innovative investment products and Capital China 2006 and Capital Europe provide them with opportunities that might otherwise only be available to wholesale investors.