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Satrix expands its fund range

Satrix has added two new ETFs to their already impressive offering: one is focused on local equities with a strong global flavour, and the other gives investors exposure to developed and emerging market equities.


Earlier this year, Satrix announced the launch of two new exchange traded funds (ETFs), a local equity and a global equity fund.

The Satrix JSE Global Equity exchange traded fund (ETF) tracks the performance of the FTSE/JSE Global Investor Index, which is comprised of local equities with a stronger global flavour.

The ETF will give investors an equity building block that upweights local companies that have their primary listings offshore. By holding the Satrix Global Equity ETF, investors gain higher offshore earnings exposure and improved rand hedging by design.

The Satrix MSCI ACWI exchange traded fund (ETF) offers investors access to a broad range of companies from developed and emerging markets within a single fund. This ETF provides investors with an opportunity to track one of the more widely used benchmarks used for global equities, which also includes exposure to large and potentially faster-growing countries like China and India. This ETF is suitable for investors with a long-term investment horizon.

You can read more on these new ETFs below or watch the videos:


Satrix JSE Global Equity ETF


Satrix JSE Global Equity ETF video:


Satrix MSCI ACWI ETF video:





Satrix Investments (Pty) Ltd is an approved financial service provider in terms of the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, No 37 of 2002 (“FAIS”). The information above does not constitute financial advice in terms of FAIS. Consult your financial adviser before making an investment decision. While every effort has been made to ensure the reasonableness and accuracy of the information contained in this document (“the information”), the FSP, its shareholders, subsidiaries, clients, agents, officers and employees do not make any representations or warranties regarding the accuracy or suitability of the information and shall not be held responsible and disclaim all liability for any loss, liability and damage whatsoever suffered as a result of or which may be attributable, directly or indirectly, to any use of or reliance upon the information.


Satrix Managers (RF) (Pty) Ltd (Satrix) is a registered and approved Manager in Collective Investment Schemes in Securities. Collective investment schemes are generally medium- to long-term investments. With Unit Trusts and ETFs, the investor essentially owns a “proportionate share” (in proportion to the participatory interest held in the fund) of the underlying investments held by the fund. With Unit Trusts, the investor holds participatory units issued by the fund while in the case of an ETF, the participatory interest, while issued by the fund, comprises a listed security traded on the stock exchange. ETFs are index tracking funds, registered as a Collective Investment and can be traded by any stockbroker on the stock exchange or via Investment Plans and online trading platforms. ETFs may incur additional costs due to being listed on the JSE. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance and the value of investments / units may go up or down. A schedule of fees and charges, and maximum commissions are available on the Minimum Disclosure Document or upon request from the Manager. Collective investments are traded at ruling prices and can engage in borrowing and scrip lending. Should the respective portfolio engage in scrip lending, the utility percentage and related counterparties can be viewed on the ETF Minimum Disclosure Document.  A feeder fund is a portfolio that invests in a single portfolio of a collective investment scheme, which levies its own charges, and which could result in a higher fee structure for the feeder fund. International investments or investments in foreign securities could be accompanied by additional risks such as potential constraints on liquidity and repatriation of funds, macroeconomic risk, political risk, foreign exchange risk, tax risk, settlement risk as well as potential limitations on the availability of market information.


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