What are the ETFs that re-invest dividends rather than pay them out?

Are there any ETFs' in Singapore that re-invest dividends rather than pay them out?

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    They are called accumulating ETFs if I am correct and I believe none exist presently in Singapore. You can check out ETFs on the London stock exchange as they reduce the US withholding tax from 30% to 15% and have better ETFs for you to choose from.

    2019.08.01 18:0

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