HANetf partners with Quikro for cleaner living ETF

Tematica Research index

James Baxter-Derrington
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Co-founder and co-CEO of HANetf, Hector McNeil

Co-founder and co-CEO of HANetf, Hector McNeil

HANetf has partnered with Quikro for the second time to launch an ETF seeking to benefit from the global trend towards cleaner living, Investment Week can reveal.

The Cleaner Living ESG-S UCITS ETF (DTOX) will list on London Stock Exchange in early September for a total expense ratio of 0.59%, offering investors access to a range of firms across five consumer segments. Ex-Woodford IM sales head Dale takes new role at HANetf DTOX targets investments across cleaner food and dining, cleaner health and beauty, cleaner building and infrastructure, cleaner transportation and cleaner energy. It tracks the Tematica Bita Cleaner Living Sustainability Screened index, developed with Tematica Research, which provides a basket of stocks that derive at le...

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