1nvest ETF Expands Platinum Debentures in Response to Market Demand

  • 1nvest ETF has issued an additional 200,000 1nvestPlatinum debentures, backed by platinum bullion, in response to market demand.
  • The total number of 1nvestPlatinum debentures in circulation is now 43,017,000, representing approximately 416,961.818 fine troy ounces of platinum bullion.
  • The collaboration with The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited strengthens 1nvest ETF’s credibility and expertise in the investment market.

South African investment firm, 1nvest ETF Issuer (RF) Limited, has announced the listing of additional 1nvestPlatinum debentures on the ETFPLT and ENXPLT(NSX) platforms. The move comes in response to escalating demand for platinum-backed investment products, and aims to provide investors with an opportunity to capitalize on the growing market.

Effective as of May 30, 2023, 1nvest ETF has issued an additional 200,000 1nvestPlatinum debentures at an approximate issue price of R202.6210 per debenture. This strategic decision follows substantial subscriptions of approximately 1,937.955 fine troy ounces of platinum bullion.

The latest issuance expands the total number of 1nvestPlatinum debentures in circulation to 43,017,000, with a combined value referencing approximately 416,961.818 fine troy ounces of platinum bullion. The move reinforces 1nvest ETF’s commitment to providing investors with exposure to the platinum market, while simultaneously meeting the escalating demand for platinum-backed securities.

The decision to issue additional debentures aligns with the prevailing market conditions, as demand for precious metals, particularly platinum, remains strong. 1nvest ETF seeks to offer investors a means of diversifying their portfolios and leveraging the potential growth and stability inherent in the platinum market.

1nvest ETF has enlisted The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited, through its Corporate and Investment Banking division, as the sponsor for these debentures. The collaboration with one of South Africa’s leading financial institutions enhances the credibility and expertise of 1nvest ETF, further solidifying its position within the investment market.

Platinum, renowned for its industrial applications, including jewelry, automotive catalysts, and renewable energy technologies, continues to experience high demand. By issuing additional 1nvestPlatinum debentures, 1nvest ETF enables investors to participate in the potential upside of the platinum market while benefiting from the security and convenience of an exchange-traded fund (ETF).

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