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A fund is a collective investment vehicle via which a professional asset manager manages the capital invested by an investor. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are investment funds that invest in transferable securities or UCITS* (Undertaking for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities) in the form of a mutual fund (FCP) or an open-ended investment company (SICAV). They are listed on a stock exchange and their investment objective is to reproduce the performance of a benchmark index, whether it moves upwards or downwards. This index may be exposed to stock markets, debt markets or commodity markets. ETFs have two main characteristics, namely they offer investors: - access to a portfolio of diversified transferable securities; - the security provided by the expertise of an asset management professional. For more information, please refer to the ETF prospectus and the KIID on