Calamos Launches Growth ETF Partnered With NBA Players

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Calamos Investments has just announced the launch of a new ETF, collaborating with the NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Calamos Antetokounmpo Global Sustainable Equities ETF (SROI) looks to offer investors long-term capital appreciation through a portfolio of quality growth companies that implement ESG principles into their business model. SROI will be actively managed and plans to invest in developed and emerging market countries putting at least 40% of its portfolio in non-U.S. equities. SROI plans to donate a portion of its profits to charities selected by the Board of Directors from Calamos Antetokounmpo Asset Management LLC.

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At launch the top allocations of SROI are Apple (3.03%), Microsoft (2.88%), and Alphabet (2.38%).


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