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ROBO Global's HTEC ETF Surpasses $100 Million in Assets Under Management
[December 17, 2020]

ROBO Global's HTEC ETF Surpasses $100 Million in Assets Under Management


ROBO Global is pleased to announce that its Healthcare Technology and Innovation ETF (HTEC) crossed the $100 million assets under management (AUM) milestone.

Launched in June 2019, HTEC tracks the ROBO Global® Healthcare Technology & Innovation Index, which provides investors with diversified exposure to the most transformative and growth-oriented areas of healthcare, including precision medicine, genomics, telehealth and robotics.

"After closely monitoring the healthcare space for five years as part of our flagship index, it was clear that technological advancements would be reshaping this sector for decades to come," said Travis Briggs, CEO of ROBO Global, U.S. "It was a natural extension for us to launch a healthcare technology index designed to capture this long-term growth opportunity."

HTEC has returned over 74%* since inception on June 25, 2019 and over 59% year-to-date (as of 12/15/20).

"HTEC's performance and asset accumulation are indicators of the growing investor appetite for healthcare innovation," said Nina Deka, Senior Research Analyst a ROBO Global. "COVID-19 illuminated the need for advanced healthcare technology, like new therapeutics and virtual care. Yet we are still in very early days of adoption, and there is much more innovation to be realized as companies seek to address rising healthcare costs, improve access to care, and ultimately save lives. This presents a tremendous potential opportunity from an investment perspective."



For more information on ROBO Global ETFs please visit: www.roboglobaletfs.com.

About ROBO Global


ROBO Global is an index, advisory, and research company wholly focused on helping investors capture the unique opportunities of fast-growing robotics, artificial intelligence, and healthcare technology companies around the world. With the expertise of our leadership team and strategic advisors from the industry, we help investors capture the growth and return opportunities presented by innovation across industries, from healthcare to industrials to consumer products. Our indices are used by a variety of investment vehicles listed on multiple exchanges around the world. We are present in Dallas, San Francisco, New York and London. www.ROBOGlobal.com.

Click here for HTEC's standard performance as of quarter end

*Source (News - Alert): SEI

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The Fund invests primarily in the equity securities of Medical Technology Companies and, as such, is particularly sensitive to risks to those types of companies. These risks include, but are not limited to, small or limited markets for such securities, changes in business cycles, world economic growth, technological progress, rapid obsolescence, and government regulation.


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