‘ FinEx ETF ’

FinEx adopts Curex FX benchmarks for currency-hedged ETFs

Dec 6th, 2013 | By
First Trust to launch actively managed currency ETF on London Stock Exchange

FinEx ETF, a London-headquartered provider of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) with a strong presence in Russia, has signed an agreement with Curex Group, a provider of foreign exchange management capabilities, to embed patented Curex FX systems and FX execution audit technologies into its line-up of currency-hedged share class ETFs.


FinEx introduces dollar share class in Russian corporate bond ETF

Dec 2nd, 2013 | By
FinEx launches dollar share class in Russian corporate bond ETF

FinEx ETF, a division of international investment manager FinEx Group and a leading provider of exchange-traded funds to the Russian market, has introduced a US dollar share class for its Russian corporate Eurobond ETF. Listed on the Moscow Exchange, the FinEx Tradable Russian Corporate Bonds UCITS ETF (FXRU) tracks the Barclays EM Tradable Russian Corporate Bond Index, providing dollar-based investors with access to shorter maturity liquid bonds issued by Russian non-sovereign issuers.


FinEx lists regulated gold ETF on NYSE Euronext

Nov 18th, 2013 | By
Gold ETF inflows YTD surpass any previous full calendar year

FinEx ETF, the exchange-traded funds business of international investment manager FinEx Group, has announced the listing of the FinEx Physically Held Gold ETF (FXGD) on the NYSE Euronext in Amsterdam. The ETF, which holds physical gold bullion bars in vaults in London, tracks the price of gold calculated using the London gold fixing price set in US dollars on each trading day. Shares in the ETF are available in euros.


FinEx “ramps up” ETF rollout in Russia

Oct 31st, 2013 | By
FinEx switches seven Russia-listed ETFs to Solactive indices

FinEx, a European provider of exchange-traded funds, has expanded its presence in Russia with the listing of six international equity ETFs in Moscow. Linked to MSCI indices, the funds provide broad equity market exposure to Germany, UK, Australia, Japan and the US, as well as sector-specific exposure to US technology. Simon Luhr, Managing Partner and CEO of FinEx Capital Management, commented: “The launch of these six new ETFs on the Moscow Exchange marks the beginning of the ramp-up phase of our plans in Russia.”