1nvest ETF Strengthens Gold Market Position with 100K Debenture Redemption

  • 1nvest ETF has redeemed 100,000 1nvestGold debentures, equivalent to approximately 972.728 fine troy ounces of Gold Bullion.
  • The redemption consolidates 1nvest ETF’s position in the gold market, with 1,605,000 1nvestGold debentures remaining in circulation, referencing approximately 15,624.989 fine troy ounces of Gold Bullion.
  • The move reflects 1nvest ETF’s strategic approach to actively manage its assets and optimize its gold-backed securities to meet market demand effectively.

In a strategic move to optimize its holdings and reinforce its position in the gold market, 1nvest ETF Issuer (RF) Limited has successfully redeemed 100,000 1nvestGold debentures, equivalent to approximately 972.728 fine troy ounces of Gold Bullion. The redemption, effective from 20 June 2023, underscores the company’s commitment to actively managing its assets and meeting market demand.

Following the redemption, 1nvest ETF will have 1,605,000 1nvestGold debentures in circulation, representing approximately 15,624.989 fine troy ounces of Gold Bullion. This substantial holding further solidifies the company’s position as a key player in the gold market, offering investors exposure to a stable and valuable asset.

The decision to redeem the 1nvestGold debentures aligns with 1nvest ETF’s strategic vision of efficiently managing its gold reserves. By optimizing its holdings, the company aims to provide investors with an attractive investment option while capitalizing on prevailing market conditions.

As a leading ETF issuer in South Africa, 1nvest ETF is committed to transparency and providing investors with reliable opportunities. The recent redemption demonstrates the company’s dedication to maintaining a robust and well-managed investment portfolio, ensuring sustainable returns for its stakeholders.

The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited, acting through its Corporate and Investment Banking division, serves as the sponsor for 1nvest ETF. Leveraging its expertise and support, The Standard Bank facilitates the company’s operations and contributes to its continued growth in the ETF sector.

With the successful redemption of 100,000 1nvestGold debentures, 1nvest ETF is well-positioned to navigate the dynamic gold market. The company’s strategic approach and commitment to optimizing its holdings reflect its determination to deliver value and capital appreciation for investors.

Investors and market participants can access more information about 1nvest ETF and its offerings by visiting their official website or contacting their investor relations department.

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