Global X lands in Europe with video games and digital health ETFs

Follows senior European hires this month

James Baxter-Derrington
The video game funds mark Global X's first launches in Europe

The video game funds mark Global X's first launches in Europe

Global X ETFs has launched its first two offerings in Europe today, following the New York-based ETF provider's European business launch earlier this month.

Global X Video Games & Esports UCITS ETF (HERU) and Global X Telemedicine & Digital Health UCITS ETF (EDOC) are both listed on the London Stock Exchange, offering European investors access to its thematic funds. HERU is available to investors for a total expense ratio (TER) of 0.5% and counts Street Fighter and Resident Evil publisher Capcom, Grand Theft Auto owner Take-Two Interactive, and Japanese giant Nintendo in its top ten holdings. Global X ETFs launches European expansion It tracks the Solactive Video Games & Esports v2 index, tracking the "evolution of digital entertainmen...

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