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HANetf : Europe’s first medical cannabis and carbon avoidance solutions themed ETFs to list on Vienna Stock Exchange

HANetf has listed two ETFs on the Vienna Stock Exchange, in a further expansion of the company’s pan-European distribution capabilities.

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The Medical Cannabis & Wellness UCITS ETF (ticker: CBDX) –  was the first medical cannabis focused ETF to be listed in Europe and provides exposure to companies involved in the legal medical cannabis, hemp and CBD sectors.  Companies from across the medical cannabis ecosystem, including producers, hydroponics suppliers, biotech companies, consumer product producers and ancillary service providers. Key constituents include GW Pharmaceuticals and Scott’s Miracle-Gro.  The Medical Cannabis and Wellness UCITS ETF is up 107.64% over the past 12 months .  Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

iClima Global Decarbonisation Enablers UCITS ETF (ticker: CLMA) is the world’s first climate change UCITS ETF that provides exposure to companies offering products and services that enable CO2e avoidance and quantifies the impact of those companies in meeting decarbonisation targets. CLMA is unique because it shifts the focus from companies’ emission reduction actions, to companies offering products and services that directly enable CO2e avoidance solutions and shines a spotlight on climate change innovators.  CLMA tracks the iClima Global Decarbonisation Enablers Index which is up 95.39% over the past 12 months .  Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

CLMA and CBDX are listed on the London Stock Exchange, Borsa Italiana (CLMA only), SIX Exchange and XETRA and are passported for sale across Europe.

Name Ticker ISIN TER
iClima Global Decarbonisation Enablers UCITS ETF CLMA IE00BNC1F287 0.65%
The Medical Cannabis and Wellness UCITS ETF CBDX IE00BG5J1M21 0.80%

Source: ETFWorld.co.uk

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