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Est: First ETFs listed in 2004

ABSA Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB) is the investment banking division of ABSA Bank Limited. It’s a leading South African investment bank with global reach and offers clients financing, risk management and advisory solutions in a wide range of currencies and structures across the globe.

We issue Exchange Traded Funds and Exchange Traded Notes that give investors access to a variety of asset classes, including equities, bonds, money market, currencies, gold, silver, platinum and palladium.

Strategies:
Exchange Traded Funds (ETF), Exchange Traded Notes (ETN). Structured Products.


Definition of a structured product


Difference between a structured product and an ETN


Risks associated with a structured product


How do you invest in a structured product?


Len Jordaan from ABSA- ETFs and their managed risk


Market Cap ETF Range


Definition of an ETF


The DNA of a typical structured product


Where in a portfolio are structured product suited


Describe the ABSA range of structured products


Why ABSA CIB established their ETF business


Multi-Asset ETF Range


Definition of an ETN


The components that make up a structured product


Technology associated with structured products


Definition of an AMC (Actively Managed Certificate)


What is an
ETF?


Risk Premia ETF Range


Introduction to manager
and firm


New Gold ETF


International exposure


Why ABSA CIB established their ETF Business


New Palladium ETF


How to reduce dips


What is an
ETF?


New Platinum ETF


Many risks are not rewarded

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