|Underlying ExposurePhysically backed with allocated metal subject to LME rules for Good Delivery|
|Vault/Warehouse InspectorInspectorate International|
|Vault/Warehouse LocationThe Netherlands|
|Cash Value and AUM02 Dec 2022|
|Cash Value per ETC Security$8.2381|
|Total AUM of ETC$1,516,230.54|
|Metal/Index Quantity181.76 tonnes|
(0.001 at launch)
|Replication MethodPhysical - metal backed|
|Legal FormDebt Security|
|Further Legal and Tax Information|
|ISA & SIPPEligible|
|Securities RegulatorCentral Bank of Ireland|
|UK Reporting StatusYes|
|Key Service Providers|
|TrusteeApex Corporate Trustees (UK) Limited|
|IssuerElementum Metals Securities plc|
|RegistrarThe Bank of New York Mellon, SA/NV|
|Total Expense Ratio0.85%|
|Entry / Exit FeesNone when traded on Exchange|
|Country||Exchange||Trading Currency||Exchange Ticker||ISIN||SEDOL||WKN||Bloomberg Ticker||Settlement Period||Reuters Instrument Code||Listing Date|
|Italy||Borsa Italiana||EUR||TCOP||XS2314659447||TCOP IM||T+2||TCOP.MI||17/06/2021|
|Index NameSpot Copper LME specifications|
|Index Constituent Count1|
|Reuters Index TickerMCU2A0|
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