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Global X ETFs expands its thematic growth line up in Europe with four UCITS ETFs

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Global X ETFs announces the launch of four new European UCITS ETFs, listed on London Stock Exchange. These four UCITS ETFs represent Global X’s latest additions to its expanding thematic growth family in Europe, which aims to offer investors targeted exposure to companies around the world driving long-term, paradigm-shifting themes, states the company.

The funds that have been launch are, Global X Renewable Energy Producers UCITS ETF (ticker: RNRG) at 0.50%, Global X Clean Water UCITS ETF (ticker: AQWA) at 0.50%, Global X Data Center REITs & Digital Infrastructure UCITS ETF (ticker: VPN) at 0.50%, and Global X Lithium & Battery Tech UCITS ETF (ticker: LITU) at 0.60%.

These launches bring the firm’s total product line up in Europe to 17 UCITS ETFs, 16 of which fall into Global X’s thematic growth family. Global X states they aim to harness their over a decade of experience to continue to bring European investors access to disruptive and impactful global trends. The new funds aim to look beyond traditional geographic or sector exposures, targeting companies poised to benefit from structural shifts in the physical environment and disruptive technology.

“The thematic landscape is rapidly evolving as a greater emphasis on sustainability and clean technology permeates our global consciousness and technological innovation continues at a rapid clip,” says Morgane Delledonne, Director of Research, Europe. 

“With these new ETFs, investors have a unique opportunity to capture several structural changes happening around the globe, including: the shift to renewable energy, recent advancements in water infrastructure and technology, the building of digital infrastructure that will serve as the backbone for continued digital innovation, and increased global demand for lithium and battery technology.”
 

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