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Space ETF
VanEck Space Innovators UCITS ETF

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Space ETF
VanEck Space Innovators UCITS ETF

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Fund Description

A technology shift is shrinking the cost of reaching the stars. VanEck’s Space ETF tracks the share prices of the innovative companies shaping tomorrow’s commercial space age and disrupting established operators.

  • NAV
    $22.29

    as of 21 Jun 2024
  • YTD RETURNS
    -7.60%

    as of 21 Jun 2024
  • Total Net Assets
    $7.4 million

    as of 21 Jun 2024
  • Total Expense Ratio
    0.55%
  • Inception Date
    24 Jun 2022
  • SFDR Classification
    Article 8

Overview

Fund Description

A technology shift is shrinking the cost of reaching the stars. VanEck’s Space ETF tracks the share prices of the innovative companies shaping tomorrow’s commercial space age and disrupting established operators.

  • Invest in companies at the forefront of the revolution that’s transforming access to space
  • Gain diversified exposure to satellite equipment, communication solutions, exploration, and space travel and tourism
  • Access companies with the potential of earning half their revenues from space-related industries
  • Avoid companies that violate UN Global Compact Principles, derive revenues from controversial weapons, or participate in fossil fuel sectors, nuclear power, civilian firearms or tobacco


Risk Factors: Equity market risk, industry or sector concentration risk, risk of investing in smaller companies. Please refer to the

KID

and the Prospectus for other important information before investing.



Underlying Index

MVIS® Global Space Industry ESG Index (MVSPCTR)

Fund Highlights

  • Invest in companies at the forefront of the revolution that’s transforming access to space
  • Gain diversified exposure to satellite equipment, communication solutions, exploration, and space travel and tourism
  • Access companies with the potential of earning half their revenues from space-related industries
  • Avoid companies that violate UN Global Compact Principles, derive revenues from controversial weapons, or participate in fossil fuel sectors, nuclear power, civilian firearms or tobacco


Risk Factors: Equity market risk, industry or sector concentration risk, risk of investing in smaller companies. Please refer to the

KID

and the Prospectus for other important information before investing.



Underlying Index

MVIS® Global Space Industry ESG Index (MVSPCTR)

Capital Markets

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Index

Index Description

The MVIS®Global Space Industry ESG Index tracks the overall performance of the largest and most liquid companies in the global space industry.

Index Key Points

Underlying Index
MVIS® Global Space Industry ESG Index (MVSPCTR)

The Index Composition:

The MVIS Global Space Industry ESG Index (MVSPC) tracks the performance of the largest and most liquid companies in the global space industry. This is a modified market cap-weighted index, and only includes companies that generate a majority of their revenue from products and services related to space exploration, rockets and propulsion systems, satellite equipment and communications solutions, or other satellite equipment related services. MVSPC covers at least 90% of the investable universe and adhres to ESG criteria.

Companies initially eligible for inclusion in Index:

Companies with at least 50% of their revenues (25% for current components) from operating segments that include space-related products and services in the following areas:

Space Exploration (including design of commercial spacecrafts, space tourism, scientific research, or delivery of equipment or cargo to space); Rockets and Propulsion Systems (including products and services directly related to or to space vehicle systems or equipment, space payload, or other materials and equipment used to build spacecrafts or other vehicles used in space); Satellite Equipment and Communications Solutions (including systems and software for satellite-based communication but excluding Pay-TV and communications service providers); and Other Satellite Equipment (including satellite equipment, systems or software for areas such as research, earth observation, space imaging or GPS).


  • Market capitalization greater than $150 million
  • Three-month average daily turnover greater than $1 million
  • Minimum trading volume of 250,000 shares each month over last 6 months
  • Company weightings are capped at 8%

 

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