HANetf Launches Lower-Cost NATO ETF to Provide Defence and Cybersecurity Exposure

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HANetf has recently introduced the Future of Defence UCITS ETF, trading under the ticker ‘NATO’, as a lower-cost competitor to VanEck’s European-listed defence ETF. This ETF aims to provide exposure to companies that generate revenue from defence and cybersecurity spending by NATO members and their non-NATO allies. With a focus on information technology and industrials, the NATO ETF sets itself apart from VanEck’s offering, which has a smaller number of constituents and a lower allocation to information technology. The lower expense ratio of the NATO ETF and its broader interpretation of security make it an appealing option for investors. As global defence spending continues to rise, both funds capitalize on the forecasted increase in military expenditures.


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