New theme ETF from VanEck on Xetra: access to companies from the field of bionics technology

Release date: 07 Dec 2022 | Deutsche Börse Cash Market

New theme ETF from VanEck on Xetra: access to companies from the field of bionics technology

A new exchange-traded fund issued by VanEck has been tradable on Xetra and via the trading venue Börse Frankfurt since Wednesday.

The VanEck Bionic Engineering UCITS ETF offers exposure to companies in the bionics technology space. Bionics is a technical field concerned with the research and development of mechanical systems that closely mimic the functions or parts of living organisms.

Companies are considered that derive their income from medical, dental, and vision-related implants, bioprinting, prostheses or the preservation of organs and tissue. Producers of implantable and wearable devices or materials that are only used for cosmetic purposes are excluded.

The fund pursues a sustainable investment strategy.


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VanEck Bionic Engineering UCITS ETF

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0.55 per cent


MVIS Global Bionic Healthcare ESG Index

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