HANetf : The ETFs are already listed on stock exchanges in Dublin, London, Frankfurt and Milan……
Hector McNeil, CEO and Co-Founder of HANetf
Hector McNeil, CEO and Co-Founder of HANetf, commented: “We are continuing to register the ETFs on our white label platform for distribution in key European markets based on increasing client demand. Thematic and unique ETFs like these are the next stage in the development of ETFs beyond pure vanilla sector trackers, as they provide investors with access to funds that are following some of the key economic growth themes of our time.”
The five funds comprise:
EMQQ (LSE: EMQQ) tracking an index of leading Internet and e-commerce companies that serve emerging markets, including search engines, online retailers, social networks, online video, online gaming, e-payment systems and online travel.
HAN-GINS Cloud Technology (LSE: SKYY) tracking the Solactive Cloud Technology Index and seeking to provide exposure to companies active in the field of cloud computing such as service providers or producers of equipment or software focused on cloud computing.
HAN-GINS Innovative Technologies (LSE: ITEK) tracking the Solactive Innovative Technologies Index and seeking to provide exposure to Industry 4.0. These are the companies poised to benefit from the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ – including robotics and automation, Big Data, cyber security and future cars.
KMEFIC FTSE Kuwait Equity (LSE: KUW8) tracking the FTSE Kuwait All Cap 15% Capped Index, an index of large, mid cap and small cap securities trading on the premier or main market of the Kuwait Stock Exchange.
HAN-GINS Indxx Healthcare Innovation (LSE: WELL) tracking the Indxx Advanced Life Sciences & Smart Healthcare Thematic Index, an index designed to measure the performance of large, mid and small cap companies that are involved in the advanced life sciences and smart healthcare sectors.
HANetf, co-founded by ETF pioneers Hector McNeil and Nik Bienkowski, also recently celebrated its first anniversary, with its three initial ETFs (SKYY, ITEK and EMQQ) completing their one-year track records.