16/12/2008 Change in listing currency for two ETFs

Starting Thursday the 15th of January 2009 the exchange traded funds …

XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro, traded under the short name XACT F Euro, and XACT Nordic 30 will be traded in SEK instead of EUR on the Stockholm stock exchange. The change is made to simplify trading for Swedish investors who can now trade in their home currency.

The fund’s management and underlying assets will not be affected and they will hence have the same risk reward characteristics as in the past. The fund’s accounting currency is unchanged and will remain in EUR. This is the currency in which the fund’s returns will be measured and reported in accordance with previous principles and will consequently be unaffected.


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