Since Friday, three new exchange-traded funds issued by Amundi Asset Management have been tradable on Xetra and via the trading venue Börse Frankfurt.
The Amundi MSCI Pacific ESG Climate Net Zero Ambition CTB UCITS ETF focuses on large and medium-sized companies from five developed countries in the Pacific region. The most represented countries are Japan and Australia, followed by Hong Kong, Singapore, and New Zealand. The Amundi MSCI Europe Small Cap ESG Climate Net Zero Ambition CTB UCITS ETF invests in a diversified portfolio of European small caps.
Both ETFs exclude companies whose products have a negative ESG rating and overweight those with a good rating. At the same time, both aim to reduce the CO2 footprint by 30 per cent and an annual decarbonization of 7 per cent compared to the parent index in order to be compliant with the EU Climate Transition Benchmark (EU-CTB).
In addition, the Amundi MSCI China A II UCITS ETF allows investors to invest in the performance of mid- and large-cap China A-shares. A-shares are shares of companies domiciled in the People’s Republic of China that are traded on the Shanghai Hong-Kong Stock Connect or Shenzhen Hong-Kong Stock Connect (Stock Connect Programs) stock exchanges and listed in Chinese yuan.
|Amundi MSCI Pacific ESG Climate Net Zero Ambition CTB
|0.45 per cent
|MSCI Pacific ESG Broad CTB Select Index
|Amundi MSCI Europe Small Cap ESG Climate Net Zero Ambition CTB
|0.35 per cent
|MSCI Europe Small Cap ESG Broad CTB Select Index
|Amundi MSCI China A II UCITS ETF Dist
|0.40 pe cent
|MSCI China A Index
The product offering in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment currently comprises a total of 2,040 ETFs. With this selection and an average monthly trading volume of around €19 billion, Xetra is the leading trading venue for ETFs in Europe.
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