1nvest ETF Expands Palladium Offering: New Debenture Listing Reflects Rising Investor Demand

  • 1nvest ETF Issuer (RF) Limited has listed additional 1nvestPalladium debentures, increasing the total shares to 2,995,050.
  • The additional 100,000 debentures were issued at approximately R277.9918 per debenture, reflecting subscriptions for around 963.744 fine troy ounces of Palladium.
  • The listing highlights growing investor demand for Palladium and offers an accessible investment option to gain exposure to the precious metal’s price movements.

1nvest ETF Issuer (RF) Limited announced the listing of additional 1nvestPalladium debentures, further enhancing its investment offerings in the precious metals market. The newly issued debentures, which commenced trading on 30 May 2023, have seen strong demand from investors.

The company has successfully issued 100,000 additional 1nvestPalladium debentures, bringing the total number of debentures in circulation to an impressive 2,995,050. This expansion reflects the growing interest and confidence among investors in the potential of Palladium, a highly sought-after precious metal.

Priced at approximately R277.9918 per debenture, the issuance has resulted from subscriptions for approximately 963.744 fine troy ounces of Palladium. These debentures enable investors to gain exposure to the performance of Palladium without physically owning the metal, making it an accessible and convenient investment option.

With the latest debenture issuance, the 1nvestPalladium debentures now represent approximately 28,880.217 fine troy ounces of Palladium. This increased volume of debentures further solidifies 1nvest ETF’s position as a key player in the Palladium market, catering to the growing demand from investors seeking exposure to this precious metal.

The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited, acting through its Corporate and Investment Banking division, has taken on the role of sponsor for this significant listing. This collaboration underscores Standard Bank’s commitment to supporting the development of the ETF market and its confidence in the potential of the Palladium sector.

The 1nvestPalladium debentures offer investors an efficient and structured investment vehicle to track the price movements of Palladium. As a rare and valuable metal used extensively in industries such as automotive manufacturing and jewelry, Palladium has seen a surge in demand in recent years, driven by its unique properties and limited supply.

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