Vanguard has listed three new UCITS ETFs on the Mexican market. Currently there are 68 Vanguard ETFs in the Mexican Global Market, known as SIC.
The new ETFs, with fees of 0.09%, 0.19%, and 0.29%, are:
- Vanguard FTSE 100 UCITS ETF - it looks to replicate the returns of the UK market
- Vanguard FTSE Japan UCITS ETF - it is focused on tracking the returns of medium-to-large cap Japanese firms
- Vanguard FTSE-All Word High Dividend Yield - it tracks the returns generated by the index of medium-to-large cap emerging and developed market companies that pay high dividends
Juan Hernández, Vanguard Mexico Country Head, said: 'We are pleased to list our Ucits ETFs on the Mexican Stock Exchange, offering Mexican investors additional opportunities to create a balanced portfolio that meets their investment goals. We are committed to providing durable and effective solutions to Mexican investors, helping them achieve success in their investments.'
The ETFs grant exposure specific international themes that are not offered among its current US-domiciled ETF range. According to the firm, the UK and Japan ETFs offer exposure to two of the world's most developed countries while the High Dividend Yield ETF combines a diversified stock portfolio with high income, at a competitive price.