We've joined forces with BetaShares to give you access to a new generation of active Exchange Traded Products (ETPs). The alliance combines AMP Capital’s excellence in active investment management and the innovation that BetaShares brings to the ETP market.
Trading now on Australia's Stock Exchange (ASX), GLIN, RENT and DMKT were the first Active Exchange Traded Funds (Active ETFs) in their respective asset classes, each offering global exposure and diversification away from the Australian market.
What are Active ETFs?
Active ETFs (Active Exchange Traded Funds) are an easy way for investors to access the capabilities of AMP Capital's fund managers via a simple trade on the ASX. Active ETFs benefit from intraday market pricing as well as the publication of a regularly updated indicative net asset value (iNAV) to provide investors with an estimated “fair value” throughout the trading day.
Access our Active ETFs on the ASX using any broker. They can be managed and reported alongside all other broker portfolio holdings.
Active ETFs act as their own market maker to provide liquidity for investors.
All Active ETFs offer exposure outside of the Australian stock market and provide access to a full portfolio of diversified exposure in just one trade.
- Liquidity – although the units are quoted on the AQUA market of the ASX, there can be no assurance that there will be a liquid market for units, and no assurance that there will be a liquid market for the Fund’s investments.
- ASX trading price – the trading price of units on the ASX may differ from the Net Asset Value (NAV) per unit and the indicative NAV (iNAV).
- ASX trading – in certain circumstances, the ASX may suspend trading of the units of the Fund and in that event, unitholders would not be able to buy or sell units of the Fund on the ASX.
- Market making – as the responsible entity, BetaShares, act as a market maker in the units on behalf of the Fund, the Fund will bear the cost and risk of these market-making activities.
For risks specific to each Fund please refer to the PDS.
To find out more about each AMP Capital Active ETF, please click on the links below.
How to invest
Investing in AMP Capital’s Active ETFs is easy to do via any broker using the unique ASX ticker code.
ASX Code: GLIN
Global Infrastructure Securities Fund (Unhedged) (Managed Fund)
ASX Code: RENT
Global Property Securities Fund (Unhedged) (Managed Fund)
ASX Code: DMKT
Dynamic Markets Fund (Hedge Fund)
Featured in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFS)
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