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HANetf’s gold focused funds offer investors the opportunity to access gold through two different avenues: the physical gold market, and the gold mining process itself.

The first, The Royal Mint Responsibly Sourced Physical Gold ETC (RMAU) tracks the spot price of physical gold, giving investors access to the gold market. It is the first gold ETC to be launched in partnership with a European Sovereign Mint, and the bars are 100% compliant with the LBMA’s 2019 Responsible Sourcing Guidelines. Part of the gold custodied by the ETC is also guaranteed to be 100% recycled gold bars.

The second, AuAg ESG Gold Mining UCITS ETF (ESGO), focuses on the 25 best-in-class ESG rated companies in the gold mining sector. It uses an equal-weighted design, helping to avoid concentration risks.

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The Royal Mint Responsibly Sourced Physical Gold ETC The Royal Mint Responsibly Sourced Physical Gold ETC (RMAU) tracks the spot price of physical gold and is designed to offer access the gold market.
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AuAg ESG Gold Mining UCITS ETF The AuAg ESG Gold Mining UCITS ETF seeks to offer exposure to an equal-weighted basket of 25 ESG screened companies that are active in the gold mining industry.
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RMAU and it's SFDR equivalence.HANetf believes that RMAU promotes certain environmental and social characteristics consistent with the principles of an SFDR Article 8 product categorisation.
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Investor’s Guide to the Gold Market and Gold ETFs There are many ways to buy gold, all of which have different risk and return profiles, liquidity characteristics and fees. Find out which method of purchasing gold is best for you and your portfolio.
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Gold Mining ETF Monthly ReportView the Latest Monthly Report on our Gold Miners ETF. Explore this month's key takeaways, as well as what the future holds for the holdings in the ETF, and the latest performance figures.
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Watch the HANetf webinar on sustainable gold.Watch CEO and Founder of AuAg Funds, Eric Strand, along with Andrew Dickey and Inga Doak, from The Royal Mint, discuss how gold production can indeed be ‘green’ through ESG measures.

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