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Source lists Nomura Voltage Mid-Term Source ETF in EUR on Xetra


Source’s Nomura Voltage Mid-Term Source ETF is now listed in EUR on the XETRA segment of Deutsche Börse. This listing complements the existing listing in USD on the LSE, and provides an EUR-tradable listing for easy access to volatility via the efficient ETF structure.

The Nomura Voltage Mid-Term Source ETF tracks the Nomura Voltage Strategy Mid-Term 30-day USD TR index (‘Voltage’) and offers European investors a tactical approach to volatility, allowing them to capture volatility spikes whilst decreasing the costs associated with a constant long volatility position. Since inception in April 2011, the fund saw strong inflows, taking its AuM to US$ 166 MM.
Ted Hood (pictured), CEO of Source, says: “Volatility continues to be an attractive asset class for many European investors. The new EUR listing will facilitate trading for EUR-denominated investors and provide access to Nomura’s innovative Voltage strategy. ”
Voltage aims to capture spikes in volatility, while mitigating the cost of holding a systematically long volatility position. It provides volatility-adjusted exposure to the S&P 500 VIX Mid-Term Futures Index, a highly liquid and transparent volatility benchmark, allocating between this index and 3 month US Treasury Bills. The allocation to the Index can be between 0% and 100% and depends on the volatility of that Index – the higher the relative volatility, the higher the allocation. This allows for a reactive tactical model, which rebalances on a daily basis unlike vanilla options or most OTC volatility instruments.Source lists

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