This week’s new ETF launches include a new fund from former hedge fund manager Julian Klymochko, the Accelerate OneChoice Alternative Portfolio ETF, which provides investors with access to a range of asset classes and strategies including Absolute Return, Global Macro, Private Credit and Alternative Equity. Elsewhere, VanEck listed a new bitcoin ETN on Deutsche Borse, while Ninepoint Partners debuted a new ETF series based on four existing mutual funds and NextFins launches and fund based on India’s Nifty Financial Services 25/50 Index.
Launches & Fundraising
Accelerate Financial Technologies (Accelerate) has launched what it says is Canada’s first alternative investment portfolio ETF, the Accelerate OneChoice Alternative Portfolio ETF (OneChoice), that will list on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker ONEC.
Asset Manager VanEck has listed the VanEck Vector Bitcoin ETN on Deutsche Börse Xetra, a new product that allows investors to participate directly in the performance of bitcoin, without having to buy the digital currency themselves.
US-based NextFins has launched INDF, the Nifty India Financials ETF, based on the Nifty Financial Services 25/50 Index, which reflects the performance of Indian banks, financial institutions, housing finance companies, insurance companies and other financial services companies.
Ninepoint Partners has launched new ETF series securities for four of its Funds: Ninepoint Diversified Bond Fund (NBND), Ninepoint High Interest Savings Fund (NSAV), Ninepoint Gold and Precious Minerals Fund (GLDE) and Ninepoint Silver Equities Class (SLVE).
A quiet week for new ETFs saw the arrival of a new issuer, Leatherback Asset Management, which launched its first fund, the Leatherback Long/Short Alternative Yield ETF, in partnership with Tidal ETF Services. Elsewhere, Changebridge Capital debuted two actively-managed ESG funds, and LGIM launched a new clean energy ETF.
Truss Edge, a specialist front, middle and back office technology operations company, is supporting the launch of a new clean energy ETF, which has been launched by Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM).
Leatherback Asset Management, in partnership with Tidal ETF Services, has launched its first Exchange-Traded Fund – the Leatherback Long/Short Alternative Yield ETF (LBAY).
Changebridge Capital, a Boston-based asset manager specialising in active management powered by quantitative and fundamental analysis, has launched its first two ETFs, CBLS and CBSE.
This week’s new launches include four new funds with a green hue – JP Morgan’s latest ETF focussed on companies with reduced carbon dioxide emissions, a new clean energy fund from LGIM, an Amundi ETF offering access to sustainable US companies, and a new addition to State Street’s SPDR ESG line-up. Elsewhere, Goldman Sachs debuted a new ETF based on a Solactive ARTIS-based equity index, while VictoryShares added to its suite of thematic funds.