Expat’s ETFs for Greece, Romania, Czech Republic and Poland hace been admitted for trading on the BSE – Sofia
The Bulgarian Stock Exchange – Sofia has registered for trading 4 ETFs managed by Expat Asset Management. The first trading date will be 17 Jan 2018 with the following tickers:
|EXPAT GREECE ASE UCITS ETF||ASE (ATHEX Composite) on the Athens Stock Exchange||GRX|
|EXPAT ROMANIA BET-BK UCITS ETF||BET-BK on the Bucharest Stock Exchange||ROZ|
|EXPAT CZECH PX UCITS ETF||PX on the Prague Stock Exchange||CZX|
|EXPAT POLAND WIG20 UCITS ETF||WIG20 on the Warsaw Stock Exchange||PLX|
These 4 ETFs were lincensed by the Bulgarian Financial Supervision Commission in Dec 2017. Each ETF will track the performance of the major local equity index in 4 CEE countries – Greece, Romania, Czech Republic and Poland. The full package of documents for each fund (incl. prospectus, key investors information, fund’s rules, etc.) is published on the Expat’s website.
Meanwhile, on 4 Jan 2018, the Bulgarian Financial Supervision Commission gave Expat Asset Management permission to organize and manage 6 new passive index exchange-traded funds which will track the performance of equity indices in Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia. Thus, the family of exchange traded funds managed by Expat Asset Management grew up to 11 funds.