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ETFS Management (AUS) Limited (ETFS) wishes to inform investors that on 6 March 2018 it resolved for a number of its funds (as listed below), where eligible, to enter into the new ‘Attribution Managed Investment Trust’ regime (AMIT Regime). The AMIT Regime was enacted by the Tax Laws Amendment (A New Tax System for Managed Investment Trusts) Act 2016. The Board of ETFS has resolved that entry into the AMIT Regime is in the best interest of unitholders (for funds that are eligible). ETFS will continue to distribute income and components to unitholders using the same overriding principles, but with the additional flexibility and certainty that the AMIT Regime provides. The election has been made in respect of the following funds: ETFS S&P/ASX 100 ETF (ARSN: 605 618 577 / ASX Code ZOZI) ETFS S&P/ASX 300 High Yield Plus ETF (ARSN: 605 617 963 / ASX Code ZYAU) ...
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SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 14 – ETF Securities Australia, part of the ETF Securities Group, has created the first exchange traded fund (ETF) in Australia giving investors access to global companies focusing on robotics, automation and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. ETFS has teamed up with US based specialist robotics and automation index and research provider ROBO Global to launch the ETFS ROBO Global Robotics and Automation ETF (ASX code: ROBO). ROBO will track the ROBO Global Robotics and Automation Index (RAAI) and is expected to begin trading on the Australian Securities Exchange on September 2017. “The robotics and automation industries are part of a global megatrend which is expected to outperform the broader market in coming decades,” said Kris Walesby, Head of ETF Securities Australia. “ROBO Global is the pioneer in this area, having created the first robotics and automation ETF on the NASDAQ in 2013, and continues to work with a strategic advisory team including leading robotics experts. “We’re excited to be partnering with them to offer local investors a unique opportunity to buy into a spread of transformational technologies which might otherwise be challenging to invest in.”     ...
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The technology sector is globally the second largest and fastest growing sector but is significantly under-represented in Australian investor portfolios. ETFS Morningstar Global Technology ETF (ASX Code: TECH) which launched recently on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) marks the first opportunity for Australian investors to tap into a locally domiciled, broad-based, pure technology ETF. Fund MER 0.45% p.a. Key Features Provides investors with access to the world's top technology companies including Apple, Alphabet (Google), Facebook, Oracle and Microsoft ...