Elementum Physical Electric Vehicle Metals ETC

$94.48
Cash Value

100,000
Shares Outstanding

$9,448,130
Total AUM

Overview

ETC Overview
Base CurrencyUSD
Currency HedgedNo
ISINXS2407535611
Metals LendingNo
Physical DeliveryNo
Underlying ExposurePhysically backed
Vault/Warehouse InspectorInspectorate International
Vault/Warehouse LocationLondon, Switzerland, Rotterdam
Cash Value and AUM22 Sep 2022
Cash Value per ETC Security$94.4813
Daily Change$-0.1215
Daily Return-0.13%
Total AUM of ETC$9,448,130.00
Shares Outstanding100,000
Metal/Index Quantity99,464.49 index
Metal/Index Entitlement0.9946449378
( at launch)
Metal/Index Price$94.99
Structure
DomicileIreland
Replication MethodPhysical - metal backed
Legal FormDebt Security
Legal StructureETC
Further Legal and Tax Information
ISA & SIPPEligible
Sharia CompliantNo
Securities RegulatorCentral Bank of Ireland
UCITS EligibleEligible
UK Reporting StatusPending
Key Service Providers
CustodianEternyze AG
TrusteeApex Corporate Trustees (UK) Limited
IssuerElementum Metals Securities plc
RegistrarThe Bank of New York Mellon, SA/NV
Fees
Total Expense Ratio0.80%
Entry / Exit FeesNone when traded on Exchange
Passported Countries
Austria Belgium
Denmark Finland
Germany Italy
Norway Netherlands
United Kingdom Sweden

Listings & Codes

Country Exchange Trading Currency Exchange Ticker ISIN SEDOL WKN Bloomberg Ticker Settlement Period Reuters Instrument Code Listing Date
Italy Borsa Italiana EUR TEVB XS2407535611 TEVB IM T+2 TEVB.MI 31/01/2022

Performance

Product
Month-To-Date5.79%
1m 3.22%
3m -1.97%
6m -25.19%
Year-To-DateN/A
1 YearN/A
2 YearN/A
Benchmark
Month-To-Date5.84%
1m 3.28%
3m -1.78%
6m -24.89%
Year-To-Date-6.02%
1 Year1.92%
2 YearN/A

Underlying Holdings

Spot index specifications

Structure
Index NameSolactive GPF Electric Vehicle Index
Index ProviderSolactive
Index Constituent Count5
CurrencyUSD
Bloomberg TickerSOLGPFEV Index
Reuters Index Ticker.SOLGPFEV
Index Websitehttps://www.solactive.com

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