Rize ICAV Cyber Security & Data Privacy UCITS ETF GBP (CYBP)
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|Index:||The Foxberry Tematica Research Cybersecurity & Data Privacy USD Net Total Return Index (the “Index”) provides exposure to global publicly-traded companies involved in the global cybersecurity and data privacy sector, including product providers and service providers. To be eligible for inclusion in the Index, companies must have a free-float market capitalisation of at least USD 100 million and a trailing three-month average daily value traded of at least USD 1 million and their shares must be listed on one or more eligible stock exchanges. The companies are each assigned an initial weight by reference to their respective thematic scores, which are determined by reference to the proportion of a company’s revenues or operating profits derived from the cybersecurity and data privacy sector. Only companies that derive a significant proportion of their reported revenues or operating profits from the sector are eligible for inclusion, in the first instance, and the greater the proportion of a company’s revenue or operating profits which it derives from the sector, the higher its thematic score. The weights of the companies are then subject to a final liquidity adjustment to ensure that less liquid companies are not overly represented in the Index.|
The investment objective of the Fund is to provide exposure to publicly-listed...
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|Ongoing Charge (OCF/TER):||0.45%|
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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