- HANetf lists three new ETFs on Euronext Paris.
- The newly listed ETFs include new innovative themes such as blockchain eco-system, the space economy, and airlines.
- HANetf currently offers the most extensive range of thematic ETFs in Europe 
7 March 2021, London
HANetf, Europe’s first full services ‘white label’ UCITS ETF issuer, is delighted to announce that it will list three new ETFs on Euronext Paris on 7th March 2022:
YODA is Europe’s first pure-play space economy ETF. This ETF offers investors access to themes at the forefront of the space economy such as satellite operators and hardware, as well as early entry into longer-term themes such as space tourism and hospitality.
KOIN provides exposure to companies that have business operations in the field of blockchain technologies including cryptocurrency mining and cryptocurrency trading and exchanges. With its high correlation to the price of Bitcoin, many investors see KOIN has way to provide proxy exposure to the cryptocurrency.
JETS delivers exposure to the global airline industry including airline operators and manufacturers from all over the world. Its sister fund is listed in New York and has over $3billion in assets under management (AUM). 
Hector McNeil, co-CEO and co-Founder of HANetf comments: “France is a large and important ETF market. Listing on Euronext Paris will enable French investors to have access to our funds. We’re thrilled to be able to expand our distribution capabilities here. We are pleased to add YODA, KOIN and JETS to Euronext Paris, which will offer investors exposure to travel, space and blockchain. These are innovative new themes for Europe and part of our roster of Europe’s most extensive ETF range.”
HANetf currently lists its product range on the London Stock Exchange, Borsa Italiana, Six and Deutsche Boerse and passports into Benelux, Nordics, Poland and Spain.
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