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The Lyxor ETFs on this website may be restricted for certain individuals or in certain countries pursuant to the national regulations applicable to those individuals or countries. It is therefore your responsibility to ensure that you are authorised to invest in the Lyxor ETFs on this website. 

 

If you are an investor in the United Kingdom, please go to www.lyxoretf.co.uk  

If you are an investor in the Netherlands, please go to www.lyxoretf.nl  

If you are an investor in Italy, please go to www.lyxoretf.it  

If you are an investor in Spain, please go to www.lyxoretf.es  

If you are an investor in Austria, please go to www.lyxoretf.at  

If you are an investor in Germany, please go to www.lyxoretf.de   

If you are an investor in Singapore, please go to www.lyxoretf.com.sg  

If you are an investor in Switzerland, please go to www.lyxoretf.ch  

If you are an investor in Belgium, please go to www.lyxoretf.be  

If you are an investor in Poland, please go to www.lyxoretf.pl 

If you are an investor in Norway, please go to www.lyxoretf.no

If you are an investor in Denmark, please go to www.lyxoretf.dk

If you are an investor in Luxembourg, please go to www.lyxoretf.lu

If you are an investor in Sweden, please go to www.lyxoretf.se

If you are an investor in Finland, please go to www.lyxoretf.fi

 

 

The Lyxor ETFs on this website are undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities (UCITS) (i) domiciled in France and approved by the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) or, (ii) domiciled in Luxembourg, approved by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) and authorised to market their units or shares in the French Republic in accordance with the notification procedure under Article 93 of Directive 2009/65/EC. Investors should note that the prospectuses of certain Lyxor ETFs under Luxembourg law that have been notified in accordance with this procedure are only available on the website in English. A French translation of these prospectuses can be obtained upon request by sending a letter to Lyxor International Asset Management (“Lyxor”) – 17 Cours Valmy, 92987 Paris La Défense, France.

 

The information on this website is not intended for persons or entities that are resident, located or registered in jurisdictions that are not authorised to distribute Lyxor ETFs. As a result, the information on this website does not constitute an offer or solicitation to buy or sell units or shares in these ETFs by anyone in any jurisdiction:

 

(a)   in which such an offer or solicitation is unauthorised;

(b)   in which Lyxor is not qualified to make such an offer or solicitation; or 

(c)   in which it is unlawful to make such an offer or solicitation.

 

In particular, the Lyxor ETFs on this website are not and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended. As such, they may not be offered or sold within the United States of America, except in specific cases where transactions are exempt from registration under the Securities Act. The ETFs listed on this website may not be sold to US citizens or transferred to the United States by any other means, unless this transaction is not subject to any specific registration under US law. 

 

Any person from a jurisdiction to which the above-mentioned restrictions apply should inform themselves of and observe these restrictions.

 

This website is intended for commercial purposes and is not regulatory in nature. Although the information provided has been drawn up on the basis of sources considered to be reliable, there is no guarantee that it is accurate, complete or relevant. Some of the information on this website is provided on the basis of market data collected at a specific time and may therefore vary over time. Lyxor advises investors to read the risk factors section of the prospectus and the key investor information document carefully. These documents can be found on the website.

 

The net asset value (“NAV”) of Lyxor ETFs may at any time be subject to considerable price fluctuations, which in some cases may lead to the loss of all of the capital invested. Investors should note that some ETFs may be sensitive to fluctuations in the exchange rate between their reference currency and that of the underlying index, as well as of the components of the underlying index.

 

Before investing in a Lyxor ETF, you should carry out your own risk analysis of the product from a legal, tax and accounting perspective, rather than basing your decision solely on the information provided. If necessary, you should consult your own advisers or any other qualified professional. 

 

Subject to compliance with the legal obligations by which they are bound, Lyxor or any entity within the same group shall not be held liable for any financial or other consequences of an investment in the product. 

 

 

By clicking on institutional or individual above, I confirm that I have read and understood the information provided herein, and that I am resident or registered in Luxembourg.

 

22 Nov 2019

ESG: Why Lyxor is an ‘active’ passive manager

Deixonne

With demand rising for ESG investments, Lyxor ETF is bringing the latest thought leadership straight to investors. In this short vlog, Florent Deixonne, Head of Sustainable and Responsible Investments at Lyxor Asset Management, explains how passive managers can play a very active role when it comes to shareholder voting and engagement.

Catching up with Florent at one of our ESG roadshows, we asked how he reconciles Lyxor’s passively managed funds with active shareholder voting and engagement. His view was clear: voting and engagement are two key levers that global asset managers – passive or active – can pull to create long-term value for their investors. Passive management is a long-term management style, and provides a solid foundation for managers like Lyxor to build strong relationship with companies and improve business practices.

We also asked Florent to comment on the top trends he’s seeing in the 2019 voting season. The first, he says, is pay – a recurring and highly sensitive AGM topic. The second is investor activism in Europe, particularly in France, and the emergence of new, far more vocal activists. The third in his view is climate change, and the emergence of non-financial topics being discussed such as a company’s raison d'être.

Florent finished by commenting on Lyxor’s plans for doubling its voting and engagement capacity in 2020, including expanding its voting policy to include US and Japanese companies.

Watch the full video below, or read Lyxor’s 2019 Voting and Engagement Policy

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