The Royal Mint is to launch its first ETC this week, in partnership with HANetf. The Royal Mint Physical Gold Securities ETC (RMAU) will list on London Stock Exchange and is designed to offer investors an effective way to access the gold market as it tracks the physical price of gold.
Brand new European ETF provider Rize ETF has launched its first two ETFs, the Rize Cybersecurity and Data Privacy UCITS ETF (CYBR) and the Rize Medical Cannabis and Life Sciences UCITS ETF (FLWR).
Columbia Sustainable Global Equity Income ETF will now close and liquidate its assets on or about 26 March, 2020, as further discussed below.
ETFs and ETPs listed in US gathered net inflows of USD41.90 billion at the end of January, which is higher than the USD1.62 billion outflows gathered at this point last year.
HANetf, Europe’s first ‘white label’ ETF issuer, has registered its landmark medical cannabis ETF for sale in the Netherlands and Finland.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) lie front and centre in the index world says Rick Redding, the CEO of the not-for-profit Index Industry Association (IIA). “It’s what a lot of people are working on and where a lot of interesting work is being done trying to look at ESG in a much more sophisticated way.”
Lyxor has listed three new ETFs built to provide a more sustainable exposure to High Yield bonds.
ETFs and ETPs listed globally gathered net inflows of USD67.15 billion at the end of January 2020, which is significantly higher than the USD17.23 billion gathered at this point last year.
This week’s new ETF launches include a new proposition for environmentally minded investors, a new actively managed fund from Ossiam which will focus on companies with a track record of low CO2 emissions. UBS debuted a new fund with ‘principles’ too, this week, an ETF offering investors access to companies that are highly committed to sustainability and gender equality issues. Elsewhere, Amundi expanded its Prime ETF range, while JPMAM launched a new fixed income multi-factor fund, and First Trust debuted the Value Line Dividend UCITS ETF…
KraneShares' new China ETF applies its ESG slide rule from Shanghai to Guangzhou - Look what happened
By Allan Lane, Algo-Chain – As the rise of boutique US ETF providers continues to lap the shores of Europe, it is good to see KraneShares making its mark with the launch of the KraneShares MSCI China ESG Leaders UCITS ETF listed on the London Stock Exchange last week, with ticker KESG and with an annual management fee of 0.4 per cent.