ETF Europe
Typography

Three new exchange traded funds issued by Lyxor have been tradable on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt since Tuesday.......

Sign up for our weekly Newsletter and receive the latest ETF and ETC news. Click here to register for your free copy


Name: Lyxor EURO STOXX 50 (DR) UCITS ETF
Asset class: equity index ETF
ISIN: LU0908501215
Total expense ratio: 0.07 percent
Distribution policy: accumulating
Benchmark: EURO STOXX 50 Index

Name: Lyxor EURO STOXX 300 (DR) UCITS ETF
Asset class: equity index ETF
ISIN: LU0908501058
Total expense ratio: 0.07 percent
Distribution policy: accumulating
Benchmark: EURO STOXX Total Return (Net Dividend) Index

The Lyxor EURO STOXX 50 (DR) UCITS ETF and Lyxor EURO STOXX 300 (DR) UCITS ETF enable investors to participate in the performance of the largest 50/300 stock corporations in the euro zone. The equities are selected based on market capitalisation, liquidity and sector relevance.

Name: Lyxor STOXX Europe 600 (DR) UCITS ETF
Asset class: equity index ETF
ISIN: LU0908500753
Total expense ratio: 0.07 percent
Distribution policy: accumulating
Benchmark: STOXX Europe 600 Index

The Lyxor STOXX Europe 600 (DR) UCITS ETF enables investors to participate in the performance of the 600 most liquid European high, mid and low-cap stock corporations.

Source: ETFWorld

BondWorld.co.uk
AdvisorWorld.co.uk

Newsletter

To receive our free newsletter, subscribe HERE

logo

UK Institutional Investors and Financial Advisers and Wealth Managers
Important legal information

Before accessing this website you must read and accept the following terms and legal notices. If you are not able to access the website according to these terms or do not understand their meaning you must not proceed any further and should decline to accept them.

This website includes information about financial products that are not registered for sale in United Kingdom. This information is therefore made available solely to persons meeting the below criteria. These persons must not pass on any information to third parties with whom it would not be lawful to do so according to local legislation and regulation.

Persons accessing this website must be either an Investment Professional or a High Net Worth Company or Financial Advisers or Wealth Managers as outlined below:

An 'Investment Professional' is defined to include:

(i) an authorised person (this will include banks, stockbrokers, securities houses, investment managers, insurance companies and financial intermediaries);

(ii) a person who is exempt from the requirement for authorisation under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”) (this will include appointed representatives of authorised persons, The Bank of England, central banks of other EEA States, The European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund);

(iii) a person whose ordinary activities involve him in carrying on a regulated activity as defined in the FSMA (e.g., arranging deals in or advising on investments) to which the financial promotion relates or who it is reasonable to expect will carry on such activity for the purposes of a business carried on by him;

(iv) a government, local authority or international organisation; and

(v) a person acting in his capacity as a director, officer or employee of a person of a type described in paragraphs

(i) to (iv) above (i.e. he must not be acting on his own personal account) whose responsibilities, when acting in his capacity as a director, officer or employee of such person, involve him in engaging in regulated activities as defined in the FSMA.

High Net Worth Companies, include:

(i) a body corporate which has a called-up share capital or net assets of at least £500,000 (if it has more than 20 members or is a subsidiary of a parent undertaking with more than 20 members) or, in any other case, at least £5 million;

(ii) an unincorporated association or partnership which has net assets of at least £5 million;

(iii) the trustee of a trust with assets (before deducting any liabilities) of at least £10 million or which were at least £10 million within the previous year; or

(iv) a person acting in his capacity as a director, officer or employee of a person of a type described in paragraphs (i) to (iii) above (i.e. he must not be acting on his own personal account) whose responsibilities, when acting in his capacity as a director, officer or employee of such person, involve him in engaging in regulated activities as defined in the FSMA.

Financial Advisers and Wealth Managers, include:

Persons that are authorised by the relevant authorities in the UK to act as a professional investor or financial adviser

Persons who do not meet these criteria cannot proceed any further and must leave the website.

This site uses cookies. Cookies help us know you better and improve your navigation experience. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.