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Casam launches ten equity ETFs


Following the launch of 17 equity and bond exchange-traded funds in June, Crédit Agricole Structured Asset Management has again extended its equity ETF range by listing ten new products on Euronext Paris.

It has launched three flagship ETFs in Europe: one Casam ETF which replicates the FTSE 100; and two ETFs tracking the Dow Jones Stoxx 50 and the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 indices which offer exposure to the main European stocks in a single transaction.

Three sector ETFs have also been introduced: two products, indexed on the MSCI World Energy and the MSCI World Financials indices, offer global exposure to energy and finance; and one replicates the MSCI Europe Materials Index and complements the European sector range.
An ETF indexed on the Euronext IEIF Reit Europe provides investors with exposure to 25 European real estate stocks in a single transaction. With annual management fees at 0.35 per cent maximum including taxes, this product enables investors to take advantage of a rise in the real estate sector and equity markets.

In addition, Casam is strengthening its offering in short ETFs with products replicating the ShortDAX, the MSCI Europe Short Daily and the MSCI USA Short Daily strategy indices.
The Casam ETF range now comprises 65 products.
Valérie Baudson, managing director of Casam ETF, says: “This launch confirms our desire to continually enhance our range and our capacity to provide innovative products. We are responding to investors demand while maintaining consistency with our low pricing policy.”
The new products are distributed by a dedicated sales team of CA Cheuvreux and by the sales teams of Crédit Agricole Asset Management.

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