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Rize ETF, Europe’s first specialist thematic ETF issuer, has registered its four ETFs for sale in Spain. 

The Rize Sustainable Future of Food UCITS ETF (FOOD), Rize Medical Cannabis and Life Sciences UCITS ETF (FLWR), Rize Education Tech and Digital Learning UCITS ETF (LERN) and the Rize Cybersecurity and Data Privacy UCITS ETF (CYBR) and are now available for sale to Iberian investors and can be found listed on the following exchanges: Euronext Amsterdam, Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Xetra), London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the SIX Swiss Exchange.

FOOD seeks to invest in companies that potentially stand to benefit from the accelerating transition to more sustainable food production systems and consumption patterns and thereby safeguarding our nature and ecosystems, promoting transparency and safety and encouraging mindful consumption in order to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

FLWR seeks to invest in companies that potentially stand to benefit from the increased adoption of cannabis as a medicine, with a focus on companies in the biotechnology/pharma and hemp and cannabidiol sectors.

LERN seeks to invest in companies that potentially stand to benefit from the increased adoption of digital and lifelong learning technologies such as personalisation and adaptive learning, video content, gamification and immersion technology that are changing the way people learn.

CYBR seeks to invest in companies that potentially stand to benefit from the increased adoption of cybersecurity products and services, such as those providing security protocols that help defend computers, servers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from malicious attacks.

“We believe there’s a better way to invest in the future. Our ETFs provide investors with unprecedented access to the megatrends that are transforming our world. We’re creating a new approach to investing; one that enables investors of all stripes to invest in the future whilst remaining on the right side of history,” says Rahul Bhushan, co-founder of Rize ETF.

All Rize ETFs carry an OCF of 45 basis points, except FLWR which carries an OCF of 65 basis points. At the time of writing, CYBR and FOOD have 50 and 44 constituents, whereas LERN and FLWR have 34 and 22 constituents, respectively.

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