VanEck Is Our New Universal Brand. Market Vectors ETFs Change to VanEck Vectors ETFs;
New CUSIPs, ISINs, and SEDOLs effective on May 1
VanEck today rolled out the unification of its businesses and investment offerings under a single brand: “VanEck.”
This change supports VanEck’s growing global presence in markets ranging from China and Australia to the European Union and the U.S. VanEck expects that there will be no disruption to services rendered during the implementation of this change.
As part of this branding initiative, the well-known Market Vectors exchange-traded products have adopted the VanEck name and will now be known as VanEck VectorsTM ETFs. As a result, CUSIPs, ISINs, and SEDOLs for every VanEck Vectors ETF changed effective May 1, 2016. For a complete catalogue of all ETF modifications, please consult this list located on our website.
VanEck’s unified brand is designed to highlight the firm’s unique role in the marketplace as represented by its positioning statement: Access the opportunities. This, in turn, reflects the firm’s mission since its founding in 1955: creating value for investors and advisors by providing access to compelling market opportunities.
As of March 31, 2016, VanEck managed approximately $28.9 billion in assets, including mutual funds, ETFs and institutional accounts.
VanEck’s mission is to offer investors intelligently designed investment strategies that take advantage of targeted market opportunities. Founded in 1955, our firm was a pioneer in global investing with a history of placing clients’ interests first in all market environments. Today the firm continues this tradition by offering innovative active and passive investment portfolios in hard assets, emerging markets, precious metals, fixed income, and other alternative asset classes. VanEck Vectors exchange-traded products are one of the largest ETP families in the world, encompassing more than 70 funds that span a range of sectors, asset classes, and geographies.
Visit us at vaneck.com or call 800.826.2333 for more information.