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Prudential plc joins Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect programme

Stocks of the insurer will now be included in Southbound trading.

Prudential plc (Prudential) has added to the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect programme of the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX).

Being part of the list allows stocks of international companies primarily listed in Hong Kong to be included in Southbound trading.

"This inclusion signifies another milestone for Prudential. This additional southbound trading mechanism will allow more investors in the Chinese mainland to share our growth and help lift our profile and shareholder base in China further," James Turner, Group Chief Financial Officer, Prudential said.

The expanded list of eligible stocks for Southbound trading is on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) websites.
 

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