Two new exchange-listed equity index funds from the issuer UBS Global Asset Management – UBS ETF MSCI Pacific (ex Japan) I and UBS ETF FTSE 100 I – have been tradable in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment since Friday.
The UBS ETF MSCI Pacific (ex Japan) I enables investors to participate in the performance of medium- to large-sized companies from the four developed economies of the Pacific region excluding Japan. The individual stocks are weighted according to free-float market capitalisation. The index currently comprises 146 companies and covers approximately 84% of the market capitalisation in each country.
The UBS ETF FTSE 100 I tracks the performance of the UK’s 100 largest blue-chip companies across all sectors.
UBS ETFs in asset class I are primarily aimed at institutional investors.
The product offering in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment currently comprises a total of 984 exchange-listed index funds, while the average monthly trading volume stands at EUR12 billion.