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ETF Securities now also lists ETPs on SIX Swiss Exchange

SIX Swiss is pleased to welcome ETF Securities as a new issuer of ETPs. Four months ago, ETF Securities launched the first products on SIX Swiss Exchange and entered the Swiss market with eight Equity ETFs. Now ETF Securities launches 28 ETPs on the Swiss stock exchange on various commodities such as aluminum, zinc, coffee, cotton or sugar – all with a CHF currency hedging.

The product provider ETF Securities was founded in 2003 and is based in London. ETF Securities is one of the leading European providers of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs), i.e. collateralized, non-interest bearer debt securities that replicate an underlying asset.

Alain Picard, Head Product Management at SIX Swiss Exchange, is pleased with this new product launch. "We would again like to extend a warm welcome to ETF Securities on SIX Swiss Exchange and are very happy that ETPs of ETF Securities can now also be traded on our exchange. These 28 ETPs newly listed on the Swiss stock exchange are an exciting addition to our existing offer and enable new investments via ETPs in individual commodities and industrial metals."

Rima Haddad, Head of Sales for Switzerland: “This is ETF Securities’ first launch of commodity Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) in Switzerland and we are delighted to offer such a broad range of commodity products in the country. We have seen a growing demand for commodities, especially in 2012 as a result of increased liquidity from central banks, concerns over the US fiscal and debt situation and European debt crisis which has translated into a stronger demand for real assets.”