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among others, general market risks relating to the relevant underlying index, exchange rate risks, interest rate risks,
inflationary risks, liquidity risks and legal and regulatory risks.
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not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements. HANetf ICAV is an open-ended Irish collective asset
management vehicle which is constituted as an umbrella fund with segregated liability between sub-funds and with
variable capital organised under the laws of Ireland and authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland (“CBI”). Investors
should read the prospectus of HANetf ICAV (“HANetf Prospectus”) before investing and should refer to the section of
the HANetf Prospectus entitled ‘Risk Factors’ for further details of risks associated with an investment in the Shares.
While the general risk factors set out in the section entitled Risk Factors in the Prospectus apply to the SubFund, the
following risk factors described in the Prospectus under the headings Absence of prior active market, Capital Controls
and Sanctions Risk, Concentration Risk, Emerging Market Risks, Currency Risk, Interest Rate Risk, Liquidity of
Investments, Small- and Mid-Capitalisation Risk, Political and/or Legal/Regulatory Risk, Regulatory Restrictions, Index
Rebalancing and Costs Risk and Issuer-specific Risk are particularly relevant for the Sub-Fund. In addition, the following
to the above, the following risk is also relevant to this Sub-Fund: 9.1 Sectoral Investment Risk To the extent the SubFund invests a significant portion of its assets in the securities of companies of a sector, it is more likely to be impacted
by events or conditions affecting that sector. The Sub-Fund may invest a relatively large percentage of its assets in
sectors, including the consumer discretionary sector, the information technology sector and the financial sector, which
sectors have tended to form a relatively large percentage of the Index. Further details of the specific risk relevant to
these sectors are set out below.
Consumer Discretionary Sector Risk:
This sector consists of, for example, automobile, media and retail companies. The consumer discretionary sector of the economy can be significantly affected by, among other things, economic growth, worldwide demand and consumers’ disposable income levels and propensity to spend.
Information Technology Sector Risk:
This sector can be significantly affected by, among other things, the supply and demand for specific products and services, the pace of technological development and government regulation.
Challenges facing companies in the information technology sector include distressed cash flows due to the need to commit substantial capital to meet increasing competition, particularly in formulating new products and services using
new technology, technological innovations that make existing products and services obsolete, and satisfying consumer demand.