Xmtch, the ETF arm of Credit Suisse, has released seven ETFs tracking MSCI indices on the Six Swiss Exchange.
The range includes funds based on the MSCI USA, Canada, UK, Europe, EMU (European Monetary Union), Japan and Pacific ex Japan indices.
The issuer says the combination of the five regional funds allows investors to fully replicate the MSCI World index. Investors can also employ their equity strategy on developed markets using the individual funds.
Credit Suisse performs the market making for these ETFs. The latest launch from the issuer brings the total number of ETFs listed on the exchange to 312.
Shortly prior to this release, UBS unveiled two gold funds on the ETF segment of the Six exchange.
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