AgioFunds TFI launches new Polish mid-cap ETF on Warsaw exchange


AgioFunds TFI has launched a new Polish mid-cap ETF based on the mWIG40TR index on the main Market of the GPW (Warsaw Stock Exchange).

The offering agent and market maker is Dom Maklerski BOŚ, and the project co-ordinator is Beta Securities Poland.
 
“The new listing of the mWIG40TR BETA ETF is an important step in the development of GPW and the Polish capital market. It is the first ETF to invest in mid-cap stocks listed on GPW participating in mWIG40TR. Retail and institutional investors around the world appreciate ETFs for low management costs, transparency, liquidity and trading opportunities on the exchange. We continuously expand the range of ETFs available to investors on GPW. In view of their advantages, we are certain that GPW-listed ETFs will gain increasing popularity with investors,” says Piotr Borowski, Member of the GPW Management Board.
 
The mWIG40TR Beta ETF is based on the total return index mWIG40TR (the index includes dividends) which covers 40 mid-cap stocks listed on the GPW Main Market.
 
“As promised to investors in early January, we have introduced a new Beta ETF to the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The mWIG40TR Beta ETF enables convenient and inexpensive investing in 40 mid-cap stocks including dividends. I am certain that investors will appreciate the convenience of investing in an entire index when buying mWIG40TR Beta ETF certificates. As we said before, this is not the end but only the beginning of the Beta ETF offer. We will launch more Beta ETFs in the coming months, opening additional options of efficient and convenient investing in GPW indices and later also indices of other exchanges,” says Robert Sochacki, Board Member of Beta Securities Poland.

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