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Credit Suisse launches new sustainable investments ETF with low volatility on Xetra


Credit Suisse Asset Management has launched a new ETF focused on sustainable investments with low volatility on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt.With the CSIF (IE) MSCI World ESG Leaders Minimum Volatility Blue UCITS ETF – B USD, investors can invest in large and medium-sized companies from 23 Developed Markets countries around the world in line with sustainability criteria. Companies are selected on the basis of the minimum variance approach, choosing companies with low volatility that contribute to reducing the overall risk profile of the portfolio.

Companies with significant business activities in the fields of nuclear energy, tobacco, alcohol, gambling or weapons are excluded from the index.

Any dividends received are reinvested. The annual costs are 0.25 per cent.

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