Announcing four new VanEck ETFs
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    Announcing four new VanEck ETFs

    Arian Neiron, Managing Director
    19 August 2020
    Access new investment opportunities on ASX.

    We are pleased to announce that we have launched the following four new ETFs. These exciting new opportunities for investors are now trading on ASX..

    Please click the links below to find out more about these new funds.


    Video Gaming and eSports ETF (ESPO)
    Access high exposures to global pure-play video gaming and eSports companies driving transformation in the industry.
    Find out more


    Global Healthcare Leaders ETF (HLTH)

    A portfolio of global healthcare leaders comprising the most fundamentally strong companies at a reasonable price.
    Find out more 


    Morningstar World ex Australia Wide Moat ETF (GOAT)
    A high conviction, international equity portfolio of reasonably priced companies that possess "wide economic moats™" and are the most attractively priced based on Morningstar's analysis.
    Find out more 


    Morningstar Australian Moat Income (DVDY)
    Focuses on high dividend quality companies with strong financial health based on Morningstar's Economic Moat™ rating.
    Find out more

    Important Notice: This information is issued by VanEck Investments Limited ABN 22 146 596 116 AFSL 416755 (‘VanEck’) as responsible entity of the proposed VanEck Vectors ETFs. Units in the fund are not yet available for trading. This is general advice only about financial products and is not personal financial advice. It does not take into account any person’s individual objectives, financial situation or needs. Before making an investment decision in relation to a fund, you should read the PDS and with the assistance of a financial adviser consider if it is appropriate for your circumstances. The PDS will be available at vaneck.com.au or by calling 1300 68 38 37 after the end of the exposure period required for the fund on ASIC Offer Notice Board. ESPO, HLTH and GOAT invests in international markets which have heightened risks compared to the typical risks associated with investing in the Australian market. These include, foreign currency, ASX trading time differences, emerging markets, country or sector concentration, political, regulatory and tax risks. The PDS details the key risks. No member of the VanEck group guarantees the repayment of capital, the payment of income, performance, or any particular rate of return from the fund.