As of 05/07/2022
EMQQ Emerging Markets Internet and Ecommerce UCITS ETF seeks to provide exposure to the growth of online consumption in the developing world as middle classes expand and affordable smartphones provide unprecedentedly large swaths of the population with access to the internet for the first time.
EMQQ tracks an index of leading internet and Ecommerce companies that serve emerging markets, including search engines, online retailers, social networks, online video, online gaming, e-payment systems and online travel.
EMQQ was awarded 'Best Specialist ETF' at the Investment Week Special Investment Awards 2020, with the judges noting EMQQ "is a large ETF in a difficult to track area, offering cheap access to a fast growing segment of interest for asset allocators".
Please remember that the value of your investment may go down as well as up and past performance is no indication of future performance.
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Why Invest in EMQQ Emerging Markets ETF?
A growing middle class:
Today, nearly 90% of the world’s population under the age of 30 lives in emerging and developing economies. By 2030, the global middle class is expected to swell to 5.5 billion people. Global demographic and technological changes are expanding internet access and increasing affluence and consumerism in the developing world. By 2025, annual consumption in emerging markets is expected to reach $30 trillion which McKinsey Global Institute calls the “biggest growth opportunity in the history of capitalism”.
The shift to smartphones opening up economies:
The plunging costs of smartphones and wireless broadband are providing unprecedentedly large swaths of the population in developing countries with access to the Internet for the first time, enabling revolutions not just in consumption patterns, but also digital payments, communication, healthcare, education, entertainment, grocery delivery and more.
Diversified holdings across emerging and frontier markets:
EMQQ provides targeted exposure to a global theme with over 80 emerging market e-commerce companies to prevent any single company from exercising an outsize influence on the emerging markets ETF. EMQQ has a significant proportion of its holdings deriving their revenue from outside of China to capture potential growth in frontier and emerging markets. EMQQ includes companies which are often excluded from broad emerging market indices that select constituents based on their country of listing.
The value of equities and equity-related securities can be affected by daily stock and currency market movements.
Emerging & frontier markets are subject to greater market volatility than developed markets.
Investors’ capital is fully at risk and investors may not get back the amount originally invested.
Exchange rate fluctuations could have a negative or positive effect on returns.
Further risks are disclosed in the KIID and Prospectus.