HANetf ICAV Cloud Technology UCITS ETF Acc (SKYP)
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|Index:||The Solactive Cloud Technology Index (the Index) tracks price movements in shares of companies which are active or are expected to be active in the near future in the field of cloud computing. The Index composition is selected based on screening of publicly available information such as financial websites, search engines and company publications using a natural language processing algorithm. The algorithm identifies companies which have or are expected to have a significant exposure to cloud computing using keywords that describe the index theme, and then ranks the companies according to the frequency with which the company is referenced (”Index Score”). The 50 companies with the highest Index Score and relevant business exposure are determined as the final index constituents. To be included in the index, a security must have a market capitalization of at least USD 100 million, and average daily trading volume in the last three months of at least USD 2 million. The constituents of the index are weighted according to Free Float Market Capitalization, subject to maximum weight of 4.0% and minimum weight of 0.2%. The index composition is adjusted semi-annually.|
The Fund seeks to track the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of...
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|Ongoing Charge (OCF/TER):||0.59%|
In certain cases, where no TER or OCF is shown, additional costs may apply. Please ensure you have read the Key Investor Information Document, Factsheet, Prospectus and any other relevant documentation prior to investing.
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