A very quiet week for launches hides behind a huge week for the world’s economy.
ESG & Responsible Investing
Franklin Templeton has announced the launch of Franklin Responsibly Sourced Gold ETF (FGLD). The firm writes that FGLD seeks to reflect the performance of the price of gold bullion, less the expense of fund operations, and is priced at 15 basis points. The shares will trade on NYSE Arca.
DWS has announced the launch of a new Xtrackers ETF designed to provide large and mid-cap US equity exposure aligned with an internationally recognised framework and to capture the move of the global economy to a net zero emissions environment.
Asset manager VanEck has listed the VanEck Sustainable Future of Food UCITS ETF on London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse Xetra.
Invesco is launching two ETFs that are intended for sustainably minded investors looking for Euro-denominated corporate bond exposure without having to compromise their principles or yield.
Franklin Templeton has announced the launch of its new Catholic Principles Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt UCITS ETF within its Franklin LibertySharesTM range, the first of its kind in the European market. This launch brings the number of article 8 and 9 EU SFDR compliant strategies to seven in the range.
Nuveen has announced the launch of the Nuveen Global Net Zero Transition ETF (NASDAQ: NTZG) which will express conviction in the ongoing transition of the global economy to “net zero” carbon emissions.
JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has expanded its active equity ETF offering with two new products.
New Equity Index ETF from Franklin Templeton on Xetra: access to climate-friendly companies from China
A new ETF issued by Franklin Templeton is tradable on Xetra and via Börse Frankfurt since Wednesday.
The global momentum towards net zero continues to drive demand for sustainable investment strategies. BlackRock has launched an ETF that aims to help investors align their portfolios with the objectives of the Paris Agreement – the international agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.