HANetf’s ETF suite admitted to CBOE Europe

May 2nd, 2019 | By | Category: ETF and Index News

European white-label ETF platform HANetf has announced that its suite of funds has been admitted to trade on CBOE Europe.

Nik Bienkowski, co-Founder and co-CEO, HANetf

Nik Bienkowski, co-Founder and co-CEO, HANetf.

Nik Bienkowski, co-Founder and co-CEO, HANetf, commented, “We are always looking for opportunities to improve access to markets for investors and ETF sponsors, and the addition of HANetf ETFs to CBOE provides institutional clients across Europe with more choice when trading HANetf funds.

“With conversations ongoing with prospective ETF issuers from all corners of the earth, HANetf will be significantly expanding the range of ETFs available on CBOE Europe, and other major European exchanges over the course of 2019.”

The ETFs

CBOE clients will now be able to trade five HANetf funds including three innovative technology ETFs, Europe’s only pure-play Kuwait ETF, and an emerging markets internet and e-commerce ETF.

The three innovative technology ETFs were launched in partnership with GinsGlobal Index Funds. They include the HAN-GINS Indxx Healthcare Innovation UCITS ETF and HAN-GINS Cloud Technology UCITS ETF which provide exposure to global equities that are linked to the themes of healthcare innovation and cloud computing, respectively.

The third fund is the HAN-GINS Global Innovative Technologies ETF which targets a broad range of disruptive technologies within a single wrapper including robotics & automation, cloud computing & big data, cyber security, future cars, genomics, social media, augmented & virtual reality, and blockchain industries.

The KMEFIC FTSE Kuwait Equity UCITS ETF, created in partnership with KMEFIC (Kuwait & Middle East Financial Investment Company), provides exposure to the large, mid, and small-cap segments of Kuwait’s equity market by tracking the FTSE Kuwait All-Cap 15% Capped Index. The index currently includes 13 Kuwaiti companies that are weighted by free-float market capitalization subject to a 15% cap per security.

The EMQQ Emerging Market Internet and Ecommerce UCITS ETF, linked to the EMQQ Index, provides exposure to companies driving the growth of online consumption in the developing world. To be included in the index, companies must derive more than half their profits from e-commerce or internet activities within emerging or frontier markets. Such activities include online search, retail, social networks, video, gaming, and e-payment systems.

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