HAN-GINS Cloud Technology UCITS ETF – SKYY

News: Updating the Cloud Technology ETF Index Methodology 


The following changes will be implemented:

1. Expanded holdings from 50 to 75 securities;
2. Change weighting methodology from modified market capitalisation to equal weighting;
3. Inclusion of a negative ESG screen including: norms based screening, controversial weapons screening and a simple fossil fuel sector screen.

The name of the fund will change to HAN-GINS Cloud Technology Equal Weight UCITS ETF (SKYY)

Click here for all the information about the change 

Synopsis of Cloud Technology ETF

HAN-GINS Cloud Technology UCITS ETF, is a UCITS compliant Exchange Traded Fund domiciled in Ireland. The fund tracks the Solactive Cloud Technology Index  and seeks to provide exposure to companies active in the field of cloud computing, such as service providers or producers of equipment or software focused on cloud computing.

Please remember that the value of your investment may go down as well as up and past performance is no indication of future performance.

Cloud Technology ETF (SKYY) Fact Sheets

Cloud Technology (SKYY) Market Monthly Report

Transparent, Modern Approach
SKYY follows a transparent rules-based index that uses an artificial intelligence based approach to identify and capture companies involved in cloud technologies.

In a single trade, SKYY delivers access to a basket of companies with high exposure to the cloud technology theme.

Global Exposure
SKYY constituents are not limited to one region or country, providing exposure to cloud technology companies on a global basis.

    Ticker SKYY
    Asset Class  Equities
    ISIN  IE00BDDRF924
    TER  0.59%
    Custody Fee
    0.25% (if traded via GinsGlobal)
    Inception Date  05/10/2018
    Index Solactive Cloud Technology Index (Net Total Return)
    Domicile  Ireland
    Fund Reporting Status  Yes
    Legal Entity  UCITS
    Listings  BI, CBOE, ISE, LSE, Xetra

    Learn more about this fund at hanetf

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