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HANetf surpasses the USD4bn AUM milestone

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European white label ETF platform, HANetf, has announced its total assets under management (AUM) has now exceeded USD4.31 billion.

At the start of 2024, HANetf’s total AUM stood at USD3.02 billion, and has since risen by USD1.29 billion, an increase of 42.7 per cent year-to-date (YTD).

Significant AUM growth has come from investor interest in defence and uranium, the firm says. The NATO Future of Defence ETF has seen USD318.61 million flows this year alone, now standing at USD383.85 million AUM.  The Sprott Uranium Miners ETF has had USD54.81 million in flows YTD, reaching USD343.85 million AUM – it remains Europe’s largest uranium ETF by AUM, the firm says.

This ETF growth also saw HANetf’s ETF ICAV platform exceed USD1 billion AUM for the first time in February of this year, following strong growth in both 2023 and 2024.

In terms of ETCs, The Royal Mint Physical Gold ETC stands at USD848.81 million AUM, and this year saw the proportion of recycled gold in its custody exceed 50 per cent, which was the initial target for the ETC. Meanwhile, ETC Group’s Bitcoin ETC remains the largest in Europe, at USD1.46 billion AUM.

Hector McNeil, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of HANetf, says: “We are delighted to have surpassed the USD4 billion AUM milestone. We now have over USD4.3 billion assets under management spread across our diverse fund range, thanks to significant growth in 2023 and 2024.

“At HANetf, we are committed to launching new and exciting ETFs and ETC/Ns, and it is great to see these products gaining such impressive institutional interest. Since HANetf launched five years ago, we have had positive net new assets every year – a real achievement given the market volatility we’ve seen over that period. 

“We’ve also entered partnerships with some truly brilliant people, and we look forward to continuing to work with them in the future, as well as with new clients coming to our platform. We also have some exciting products in the pipeline, including active and defined outcome ETFs – make sure to watch this space!”

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