As of 22/03/2023
FMQQ Next Frontier Internet & Ecommerce ESG-S UCITS ETF (Ticker: FMQQ), is designed to provide investors with exposure to the Internet and Ecommerce sectors of the developing world except for China.
Many investors believe that the growth of consumption in frontier and emerging markets represents a significant growth opportunity as more than one billion people are expected to enter the consumer class in the coming decades. [Brookings, Global Economy and Development: The Unprecedented Expansion of the Global Middle Class]
Increasingly, these consumers are using cheap smartphones and affordable broadband mobile connections to access the Internet, opening a world of discovery and wonder. FMQQ holds over 49 companies operating in Frontier and Emerging markets, including India, Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea, South Africa, Mexico, Argentina, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Turkey, Czech Republic, Poland, Columbia, Singapore, Cyprus, and the United Arab Emirates.
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Why FMQQ Frontier Markets ETF?
Exposure to the Next Frontier of Internet & Ecommerce Companies:
FMQQ seeks to harness the incredible growth potential of Internet and Ecommerce companies in Frontier and Emerging Markets Economies other than China. Thanks to the great confluence of smartphones, the internet, and a growing consumer class, new companies and apps are emerging around the world.
Exposure to billions of People and Emerging Youth:
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, with consumption in emerging markets accounting for $30 trillion—nearly half of the global total. [Brookings, Global Economy and Development: The Unprecedented Expansion of the Global Middle Class, 2017]
Exposure to Fintech companies, Online banks, and payment networks:
One of the leading types of Internet start-ups in emerging markets has been fintech start-ups. With over $1 billion Unbanked citizens, a first smartphone can also lead to their first bank account. That is why so many super apps have a payment system with generally a lower cost type of savings or payment account. Many Super apps also have payment systems that vendors on their Ecommerce platforms can use to process transactions.
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.