Dutch ETF issuer Think ETF Asset Management has listed its funds on Xetra and the Börse Frankfurt venue for the first time. The new offering from the company, which was acquired by VanEck at the beginning of the year, comprises six equity and three bond ETFs.
Five of the six new equity ETFs represent an equally weighted index: The Think Morningstar High Dividend UCITS ETF contains global equities of companies with particularly high dividend yields. The Think Sustainable World UCITS ETF offers an engagement in particularly sustainable companies from developed countries with global diversification.
With three additional ETFs, investors can generally participate in the performance of listed companies in Europe, North America or worldwide.
The Think Global Real Estate UCITS ETF, weighted by market capitalisation, offers investors the opportunity to participate in the performance of listed real estate companies and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) worldwide.
The three bond ETFs offer access to the largest and most liquid euro-denominated government bonds with residual maturities of one to five and a half years or one to ten years and to euro-denominated corporate bonds issued by investment-grade companies.