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Ossiam launches quant-driven global equities ESG ETF

Sep 1st, 2022 | By
Ossiam launches quant-driven global ESG ETF

Ossiam has launched a new global equities ETF targeting socially responsible companies with robust fundamental characteristics.


Ossiam rolls out Paris-aligned equity ETFs

Aug 30th, 2022 | By
Carbon Collective debuts ‘climate solutions’ ETF

Ossiam has become the latest ETF issuer in Europe to introduce a suite of climate-focused equity funds that are aligned with the carbon reduction goals of the Paris Agreement.


BlackRock launches two climate-aligned fixed income ETFs

Mar 29th, 2021 | By
Brett Olson, Head of Fixed Income iShares in EMEA for BlackRock

BlackRock has expanded its European suite of sustainable fixed income solutions with the launch of two climate-aligned ETFs.


Ossiam launches ‘Food for Biodiversity’ ETF focused on habitat preservation

Feb 2nd, 2021 | By
Bruno Poulin, CEO of Ossiam

Ossiam has launched an ETF providing exposure to a portfolio of global food stocks optimized to minimize habitat and biodiversity destruction.


Ossiam lists euro govies ‘carbon reduction’ ETF on Borsa Italiana

Sep 17th, 2020 | By
Ossiam cross-lists carbon-reduced euro government bond ETF on Borsa Italiana

Ossiam has cross-listed the Ossiam Euro Government Bonds 3-5Y Carbon Reduction UCITS ETF into the Italian market.


Ossiam launches first carbon-reduced euro government bond ETF

Jun 18th, 2020 | By
Bruno Poulin, CEO of Ossiam

Ossiam has introduced the first ETF to provide exposure to eurozone government bonds with reduced carbon exposure. The Ossiam Euro Government Bonds 3-5Y Carbon Reduction UCITS ETF 1C (EUR) (OG35 GY) has listed on Xetra and comes to market with €200 million in assets after a successful pre-launch offering. Bruno Poulin, CEO of Ossiam, said, “We are very pleased to announce the launch of our latest ETF, expanding on our ESG product range. This complementary building block allows investors to manage the overall carbon footprint of their portfolio.”


Shin Kong launches US sector value ETF in Taiwan

Nov 18th, 2019 | By
Shin Kong launches US sector value ETF in Taiwan

Taipei-based asset manager Shin Kong Investment Trust has launched a new ETF in Taiwan providing exposure to a US sector rotational strategy developed jointly by Barclays and Nobel Prize-winning economist Professor Robert Shiller. The Shin Kong Shiller Barclays CAPE US Sector Value ETF (00866 TT) has listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange and comes with an expense ratio of 0.55%.


Ossiam launches US Treasury steepener ETF

Aug 19th, 2019 | By
Ossiam launches US Treasury steepener ETF

Paris-based ETF issuer Ossiam has launched a new fund in Europe – the Ossiam US Steepener UCITS ETF – which allows investors to profit from a steepening of the US Treasury yield curve. Listed on Xetra, the fund tracks the Solactive US Treasury Yield Curve Steepener 2-5 vs 10-30 Index through synthetic replication. Bruno Poulin, CEO of Ossiam, said, “We have launched the Ossiam US Steepener ETF at a time when the US Treasury yield curve is as flat as it has been since 2007 and many market participants expect a steepening.”


LSE reports 16 new ETF listings in June

Jul 19th, 2019 | By
LSE reports 10 new ETF listings in October

Sixteen new ETFs/ETPs or additional ETF share classes were listed on the London Stock Exchange in June 2019. ETF providers introducing new products included Franklin Templeton, Invesco, Ossiam, Vanguard, VanEck, and Krane Fund Advisors.


Ossiam unveils low carbon multifactor US equity ETF

Jun 11th, 2019 | By
Bruno Poulin, CEO of Ossiam

Smart beta specialist Ossiam has launched a new fund in Europe: the Ossiam US ESG Low Carbon Equity Factors UCITS ETF. The fund, which has listed on London Stock Exchange and Xetra, provides exposure to a low carbon portfolio of US equities with security selection guided by a proprietary multifactor model. Bruno Poulin, CEO of Ossiam, commented, “The launch of our latest ETF exploits the strength of evidence for equity factors as a means of achieving alpha over the long term.”