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Ossiam launches new strategy index ETF on Xetra


Ossiam has launched a new equity index exchange traded fund (ETF) – the Ossiam Japan Minimum Variance NR – UCITS ETF 1C (EUR) – on Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment via Xetra and Börse Frankfurt.

The new ETF enables investors to participate in the performance of at least 50 of the140 most liquid Japanese stock corporations. Companies from the reference index are selected with the aim of minimising expected volatility. The stocks are chosen on the basis of historical volatility as well as their correlation level, and weighted according to an optimisation process. No single stock may be represented in the index by more than 4.5 per cent. Individual sectors are not allowed to exceed 20 per cent.
The product offering in Deutsche Börse's XTF segment currently comprises a total of 1,125 exchange traded funds. 

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