Emerge To Launch Ten ESG ETFs With A Twist

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As ESG ETFs continue to enter the market, Emerge has announced they want to join with the launch of five new ETFs, launching on the U.S. Cboe BZX Exchange and the Canadian NEO Exchange. The ETFs will follow active sustainable strategies but Emerge is adding a bit of a twist to have each fund overseen by women. The five ETFs are called, the Emerge EMPWR Sustainable Dividend Equity ETF (US:EMCA), the Emerge EMPWR Sustainable Select Growth Equity ETF (EMGC), the Emerge EMPWR Sustainable Global Core Equity ETF (EMZA), the Emerge EMPWR Sustainable Emerging Markets Equity ETF (EMCH), and the Emerge EMPWR Unified Sustainable Equity ETF (EMPW).

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The new initiative by Emerge comes as anti-ESG ETFs have started gaining traction.


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