Khazarian Vanguard Group Diversifying its Portfolio in China

In addition to the move of the Chinese to leave the New York Stock Exchange in favor of the composite Hong Kong -Shenzhen-Shanghai Stock Exchange, it has been reported that Khazarian Vanguard Investment Fund is diversifying in China.

What is Vanguard?

Property Description:
The [above] Property is leased in its entirety to The Vanguard Group, Inc., (“Vanguard”). With more than $1.7 trillion of assets under management, Vanguard is one of the largest retail mutual fund managers in the world. Situated on a 12 acre site in the LakePointe Office Park in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Property consists of two freestanding, five-story office buildings that total approximately 224,574 rentable square feet of space.
Business Essential Attributes:
The Property serves as one of Vanguard’s three regional headquarters locations in the US, and houses multiple divisions including retail services, wealth management, human resources support, and information technology. Vanguard has occupied the Property since its completion and has expanded its footprint from an original 40,000 square feet to over 224,000 square feet. During its 16-year continuous occupancy, Vanguard has elected to renew its lease multiple times-for an additional 10 years in 2008 and a five-year early renewal in 2012, extending its occupancy through December 2024.
Vanguard also occupies 88,000 square feet of space in two adjacent properties within the LakePointe Office Park, all of which are connected underground via dedicated fiber optic cabling. More than 1,500 Vanguard employees work within these four buildings.
Additional Property Information:
The Property was built by Childress Klein Properties, one of the top office developers in the Southeast US, and has been institutionally owned and maintained since its construction. The buildings feature marble entrance lobbies, attractive precast concrete exteriors with virtual floor-to-ceiling glass, a fitness center, and an employee café. The Property is designed, as are the other two regional headquarters in the US, to serve as a data center back-up for Vanguard’s firm-wide trading operations; as such, building security and IT infrastructure, including back up power, are above standard. The Property is Energy Star rated.
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No wonder why they won’t stop the warmongering…
Vanguard Owns Raytheon
“The Raytheon Company is a major American defense contractor and industrial corporation with core manufacturing concentrations in weapons and military and commercial electronics. It was previously involved in corporate and special-mission aircraft until early 2007. Raytheon is the world’s largest producer of guided missiles.[5]

Early years
In 1922, two former Tufts engineering college roommates Laurence K. Marshall and Vannevar Bush, along with scientist Charles G. Smith, founded the American Appliance Company in Cambridge, Massachusetts.[9] Its focus, which was originally on new refrigeration technology, soon shifted to electronics. The company’s first product was a gaseous (helium) rectifier that was based on Charles Smith’s earlier astronomical research of the star Zeta Puppis.[10] The electron tube was christened with the name Raytheon (“light of/from the gods”[11]) and was used in a battery eliminator, a type of radio-receiver power supply that plugged into the power grid in place of large batteries. This made it possible to convert household alternating current to direct current for radios and thus eliminate the need for expensive, short-lived batteries.

For December 2014, according to filed reports, the top ten institutional shareholders of Raytheon are Wellington Management Company, LLP, Vanguard Group, Inc. (The), State Street Corporation, Barrow, Hanley Mewhinney & Strauss, Inc., BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A., BlackRock Advisors, LLC, Bank of America Corporation, Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft and Macquarie Group Limited”


Vannevar Bush (/væˈniːvɑr/ van-NEE-var; March 11, 1890 – June 28, 1974) was an American engineer, inventor and science administrator, who during World War II headed the U.S. Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD), through which almost all wartime military R&D was carried out, including initiation and early administration of the Manhattan Project
Vannevar Bush (/væˈniːvɑr/ van-NEE-var; March 11, 1890 – June 28, 1974) was an American engineer, inventor and science administrator, who during World War II headed the U.S. Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD), through which almost all wartime military R&D was carried out, including initiation and early administration of the Manhattan Project
Khazarians behind Vanguard Group, Inc.
“The Russians, for their part, provided the WDS with a load of detailed financial data on what they say is the cabal’s main instrument of control: the Vanguard Corporation. The Russian documents show that Vanguard is owned by the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, the Bushes, the Clintons, Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney and other senior Khazarian mobsters. Vanguard in turn controls most major US corporations, especially the nasty ones like Monsanto and Greystone (formerly Blackwater, Academi, Xe etc.)”

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So, while the NYSE and Wall Street will be left to struggle for themselves in the coming days, Vanguard Group ship will stay afloat as they wither the coming storm.
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Vanguard To Buy Mainland China Shares For $69 Billion EM Index Fund

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Early last week, Chinese shares got a boost (because China’s millions of newly-minted, semi-literate day traders needed to be reassured after the Hanergy debacle) from three pieces of news.
The headline grabbers were: a report (citing unnamed sources) that indicated the quota on the Shanghai-Hong Kong link would be abolished once a similar setup with the Shenzhen exchange is in place later this year, and the announcement of a so-called “mutual fund recognition” scheme that will facilitate cross-border mutual fund flows.
But some of the underlying momentum may have also been attributable to news that FTSE Russell will begin a gradual transition aimed at the eventual inclusion of Chinese A shares in global EM benchmark indices. An interim arrangement will involve two “transitional indices” that include Chinese mainland equities.
Now, Vanguard is set to benchmark its $69 billion FTSE EM index fund against one of these transitional indices.
FT has more:

A surprise move by Vanguard to include onshore Chinese A-shares in its flagship emerging market fund will “put pressure” on other asset managers to follow suit.
Pennsylvania-based Vanguard, which has $3.3tn under management, has said its $50bn FTSE Emerging Markets exchange traded fund, the world’s largest such vehicle, is to adopt a 5.6 per cent weighting to mainland Chinese stocks.
The move follows last week’s decision by index provider FTSE Group to launch a new emerging markets index with an initial China weighting of about 5 per cent, which will run alongside its existing index that has no exposure to A-shares (see table).
Vanguard has opted to switch the benchmark for its ETF to this new FTSE index.

This is potentially quite significant. As you can see from the below, the move will mean a nearly 5% allocation to mainland Chinese equities…

…and, more importantly, will force other providers to follow suit…

John Kennedy, investment director of Harvest Global Investments (UK), a subsidiary of Beijing-based Harvest Fund Management, China’s largest institutional asset manager, said: “Everything I read post the [FTSE] announcement was that this was going to be ignored by the world and his wife, so this is potentially quite a revelation.
“To see somebody adopting it within the week is very very important indeed. It will have quite an impact because it’s a very prominent provider. I would expect others to follow.” Mr Kennedy, whose parent company manages $85bn of assets, about half of which is in A-shares, added:
“The direction of travel is quite clear. International investors have got to think about how they are going to access mainstream Chinese equities and fixed income”.

That said, there are significant logistical hurdles ahead:

Vanguard’s move is an early indicator of what is likely to be an avalanche of overseas investment into the mainland market in the years to come, with most foreign institutions currently having little or no exposure to A-shares.
The Shanghai and Shenzhen bourses are now large enough to account for 24.2 per cent of emerging market stock capitalisation, according to recent calculations by FTSE.
However the main index providers have shied away from including these A-shares in their benchmarks because of concerns over capital controls and access for foreign investors.
At present, foreign groups can invest in A-shares if they have a quota allowance under Beijing’s qualified foreign institutional investor or renminbi-denominated QFII schemes, for which just $125bn of allocations have so far been made, although this is increasing.
Vanguard was recently awarded a Rmb10bn ($1.6bn) allocation, which it will use to buy A-shares for the ETF and an umbrella fund, which between them have $69bn of assets.

Technical barriers to entry notwithstanding, the Shanghai and Shenzhen bourses are together large enough to account for nearly a quarter of EM market cap which speaks to the potential for incredible inflows once Beijing removes restrictions.
If there is no correction in between, it is truly frightening to consider how large China’s equity bubble will become if, as FTSE CEO Mark Makepeace contends, Chinese equities comprise 20% of global stock portfolios by 2018.
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Statement from Vanguard:
China A-shares in Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund
The addition of China A-shares to the Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund and its ETF share class, VWO, the world’s largest emerging-markets ETF, will provide investors with more complete exposure to a key emerging economy and the second-largest stock market in the world by market cap. With the world’s second-largest GDP, China accounts for 20% of global trade and 7% of global consumption4. China A-shares will represent 5.6% of the new benchmark for the Emerging Markets Index Fund. Vanguard5 recently received a quota for China A-shares, which provide exposure to China’s largest issuers and a level of diversification that isn’t otherwise available in the market.
China A-shares are equity shares in mainland China companies that are traded on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges and are only available to foreign investors through regulated systems, including the Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (QFII) and Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (RQFII) systems or the Shanghai Hong Kong Stock Connect program.
“As the first major emerging markets fund to add exposure to China A-shares, the fund will benefit investors with more diversification, deeper emerging markets exposure, and greater access to the growth potential of Chinese equities,” said Mr. McNabb.

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7 thoughts on “Khazarian Vanguard Group Diversifying its Portfolio in China”

  1. Well, here we go China, the crooks are trying to enter your country and bying investments to put themselves in the position so they will eventually take control of China as well as Russia. So watch out boys the bandits are on the loose and looking for prey!

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