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Invest in Satrix Global ETFs
Global innovations from smart cities, robotics and green energy to bio engineering and food production are unlocking investment opportunities globally. Your clients can access these innovations right here in South Africa with Satrix Global ETFs.
While South Africa has world-class companies to invest in, there are many industries, economic regimes and currencies you are simply not able to access by keeping all your capital in domestic markets. To add some perspective, South Africa is one of 26 emerging market countries globally and contributes less than 1% to global GDP.
By including investments in international companies in your client portfolios, you are diversifying their exposure to include global markets and industries which complement their local holdings.
SATRIX Global ETFs give you access to invest in some of the largest and most iconic global brands, responsible for some of the most popular products you use every day.
These companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Alibaba, Tencent, and Facebook (to name just a few), have helped drive technology and innovation on a global scale. They’ve completely transformed the way we live, work, talk, shop and play…Forever.
Apart from wanting to diversify their capital by participating in the global economy, they are also wanting a hedge against rand depreciation.
Our Global ETFs are listed on the JSE. This means your clients invest in rands, but gain global exposure and a hedge against rand depreciation. They are not subject to any exchange control processes.
Financial Advisers can now access Satrix Global ETFs via the Glacier LISP platform. Glacier is currently the only LISP to offer Satrix Global ETFs.
We are the leading provider of index-tracking investment products in South Africa, with over R100 billion in assets under management invested in our range of segregated mandates, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and unit trusts. Satrix pioneered index investing in South Africa, launching our flagship Satrix 40 ETF as the first locally listed ETF in November 2000.