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Sprott Energy Transition Materials UCITS ETF - Acc

Moving from a carbon-intensive to a metal-intensive economy

 

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As of 22/02/2024

Fund Overview

Sprott Energy Transition Materials UCITS ETF (SETM) provides exposure to the companies that are providing the critical materials needed for the global clean energy transition.

There is a global movement towards removing our dependence on fossil fuels in favour of low-carbon and renewable energy sources. Transitioning to a greener economy means moving from an economy that is dependent on carbon to one that is more dependent on various metals and materials.

There are several critical materials that are essential for the global energy transition as we move to offset CO2 intensive energy sources with cleaner sources. Renewable energy generation makes use of rare earths and silver. Transmission relies on copper. Storage relies on lithium, nickel, manganese, cobalt and graphite.

As a result, demand for these critical materials should boost their prices. We believe companies that are upstream in the supply chain will benefit from the increased investment in the critical minerals necessary for the clean energy transition.

The energy transition materials ETF tracks the Nasdaq Sprott Energy Transition Materials Ex Uranium Index, which is designed to track the performance of a selection of global securities in the energy transition materials industry.

Please remember that the value of your investment may go down as well as up and your capital is at risk. Please see KIID for full details.

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Why Invest in SETM Energy Transition Materials ETF?

Pure-play Energy Transition Materials ETF:

Provides pure-play access to a range of energy transition materials necessary for the global clean energy transition.


Increased investment driving growth:

Government net-zero or reduced emissions mandates lead to increased investment. Since March 2022, global government spending to support clean energy increased by over $500 billion. To meet net-zero targets, global investment may need to accelerate to a yearly average of $4.2T from 2026 to 2030, according to the IEA.


Well-positioned companies:

Companies that are upstream in the supply chain are well-positioned to benefit from the increased investment in the critical minerals necessary for the clean energy transition.

Key Risks

Funds that emphasize investments in small/mid-cap companies will generally experience greater price volatility.

Diversification does not eliminate the risk of investment losses.

When you invest in ETFs, your capital is at risk.

As of 22/02/2024

Listings & Codes

Exchange Ticker RIC SEDOL ISIN Valoren WKN CCY Listing Date
LSE SETM LN SETM.L BMD1W41 IE000K6PPGX7 - - USD 14/03/2023
LSE SETP LN SETP.L BMD1WF2 IE000K6PPGX7 - - GBP 14/03/2023
Borsa Italiana SETM IM SETM.MI BMX5LF7 IE000K6PPGX7 - - EUR 30/03/2023
Xetra M7ES GY M7ES.DE BMX5LD5 IE000K6PPGX7 - A3DCVJ EUR 16/03/2023

Registrations

Fund Overview
TickerSETM
Asset ClassEquities
Base CurrencyUSD
Income TreatmentAccumulating
Inception Date09/03/2023
IndexNasdaq Sprott Energy Transition Materials Ex Uranium Index
Number of Holdings79
Rebalance FrequencySemi-Annually
TER75 bps
Net Asset ValuesAs of 22/02/2024
NAV$5.30
Net Assets of Fund3,482,363.31 (USD)
Shares Outstanding656,500
Issuer AUM$995,087,301
Structure
Replication MethodPhysical
DomicileIreland
UCITS CompliantYes
Fund UmbrellaHANetf ICAV
Financial End Year31/03
Legal FormICAV
Legal And Tax Information
UCITS EligibleYes
ISA EligibleYes
SIPP EligibleYes
UK Fund Reporting Status
Key Service Providers
CustodianJ.P. Morgan SE - Dublin Branch
Portfolio ManagerToroso Asset Management
Index Details
IndexNasdaq Sprott Energy Transition Materials Ex Uranium Index
CurrencyUSD
Index ProviderNasdaq
Index TickerNSETMU
Index PE RatioN/A
SETM Performance 1M 3M 6M YTD 12M Since Inception
Nasdaq Sprott Energy Transition Materials Ex Uranium Index -13.94% -3.59% -31.48% -13.94% 40.03% -30.53%

Monthly Reports

Monthly ReportsJanuary 2024

Energy Transition Materials ETF Monthly Report | January
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Monthly ReportsDecember 2023

Energy Transition Materials ETF Monthly Report | December
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Monthly ReportsNovember 2023

Energy Transition Materials ETF | Monthly Report
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Press Releases

PressFebruary 2024

Sprott and HANetf launch Europe’s first Junior Uranium Miners UCITS ETF on London Stock Exchange and Xetra
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PressJanuary 2024

Europe’s largest Uranium Miners ETF hits a quarter of a billion AUM
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PressApril 2023

HANetf sweeps up three more awards, including Most Innovative EU ETF Issuer and XENIX Special Award for Royal Mint gold ETC
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Listings & Codes

Exchange Ticker RIC SEDOL ISIN Valoren WKN CCY Listing Date
LSE SETM LN SETM.L BMD1W41 IE000K6PPGX7 - - USD 14/03/2023
LSE SETP LN SETP.L BMD1WF2 IE000K6PPGX7 - - GBP 14/03/2023
Borsa Italiana SETM IM SETM.MI BMX5LF7 IE000K6PPGX7 - - EUR 30/03/2023
Xetra M7ES GY M7ES.DE BMX5LD5 IE000K6PPGX7 - A3DCVJ EUR 16/03/2023

How to Buy SETM

HANetf funds are available to buy through self-directed platforms and brokers, and intermediary platforms across Europe listed in the link below. If you would like more information on how to trade with APs/market makers, please contact our Capital Markets Team at [email protected]

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About Sprott

Sprott Asset Management LP (“SAM”) is a global asset manager providing clients with access to highly-differentiated precious metals and real assets investment strategies. We are specialists; our in-depth knowledge, experience and relationships separate us from the generalists.

Sprott’s specialized investment products include innovative physical bullion and commodity trusts, managed equities and mining ETFs. SAM is headquartered in Toronto, Canada and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sprott Inc., whose common shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “SII”.

Learn more: https://sprott.com/

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