ABN AMRO introduces Malaysia exchange-traded investments

The bank targets Middle Eastern investors as likely consumers of more Malaysian investment products.

ABN AMRO says it will begin offering to private investors in the Middle East a range of investment products focusing on Malaysia. The first products to be introduced are an index tracker and a capital protected note on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange.

Both products have been listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange, and ABN AMRO will provide intra-day liquidity subject to a bid-offer spread.

The Malaysian stock market was up 33.2% in 2006 and year-to-date the market is up...

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