WisdomTree adds to thematic line-up with recycling decarbonisation UCITS ETF

WisdomTree Recycling Decarbonisation UCITS ETF (WRCY)

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WisdomTree continues to add to its range of thematic ETF products, as it rolls out the WisdomTree Recycling Decarbonisation UCITS ETF (WRCY) on the London Stock Exchange, Borse Xetra, and Borsa Italiana, today, 28 April.

The fund will track the Tortoise Recycling Decarbonisation UCITS index, an index designed to track companies involved in waste-to-energy and recycling technologies. Waste-to-energy generates energy from waste such as garbage, animal manure, and agriculture products and produces renewable natural gas and diesel used to fuel electricity. The ETF is classified as an Article 9 fund under the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and total expenses are set at 45 basis points. BNP Paribas launches two new thematic ETFs "Reducing the speed and effects of climate change is on...

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