Ellen Law

Associate Director, Asia Pacific Market Development
S&P Dow Jones Indices

Ellen Law is Associate Director, Asia Pacific Market Development, at S&P Dow Jones Indices. She is responsible for the development and management of Asia Pacific marketing programs including events and thought leadership. She develops editorial and collaterals specific to regional product priorities through written and multimedia content. She also establishes sustainable relationships with strategic partners and channel communities to build brand awareness.

Prior to joining S&P Dow Jones Indices, Ellen was Assistant Vice President at Deutsche Bank focusing on ETF structuring and product platform maintenance in Asia Pacific regions. Before this, she was Senior Marketing Manager in Mirae Asset Global Investment (HK) Limited. She was the pioneer in setting up the Company’s ETF platform in Hong Kong and responsible for marketing and development of ETFs.

Ellen holds a Bachelor Degree of Translation and Interpretation from the City University of Hong Kong.

Author Archives: Ellen Law

Pan Asia: Leveraged and Inverse ETFs Have Increased in Turnover

In recent years, leveraged and inverse (L&I) ETFs have gained significant traction in Asia. Thanks to the relaxation of listing regulations, more L&I ETFs are listing in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Australia, and recently Hong Kong.  The number of L&I ETFs listed in Asia is on the rise; it was up to 87 as of June Read more […]

Sector Diversification: A Better Way to Track the Chinese Equity Market?

Different sectors within the same country can perform differently.  Not all sectors of the economy perform well during a bull market and vice versa.  Hence, an investment fund heavily focused on one or two sectors could be more volatile and susceptible to a single market incident or regulatory measure.  In addition, no particular sector can Read more […]

Is China a Building Block in Your Portfolio?

After China’s stock plunge in Q3 2015, many investors have had two different views toward China.  The bearish camp avoids buying Chinese stocks, as they think the Chinese market is volatile, and that the earlier stock market bubble has not fully burst when it comes to the problems of shadow banking, margin lending, and an Read more […]

Catalysts for ETF Market Growth in Hong Kong and China

The Asia-Pacific region is the third-largest ETF market in the world, after the U.S. and Europe. Despite the fact that the ETFs listed in the Asia-Pacific region represent less than 10% of global ETF assets, the region’s asset growth rate has outpaced the two former leaders and is now ranked at the top. The Asia-Pacific Read more […]

Chinese Stock Market Interventions

This post is about the Chinese investment landscape covering the stock and bond markets and covers the challenges of the current Chinese stock market. Recent Chinese Stock Market Turmoil China A-Shares have rallied since Q4 2014 to their peak in mid-June 2015.  The one-year performance for the S&P Total China BMI rose over 110% (from June Read more […]