Our ETF selection criteria
Only the best investment vehicles
When selecting investment vehicles, Ginmon takes extra care to minimise the risk for you, the investor, and to work as cost efficiently as possible. The index funds in
Ginmon uses only index funds which represent actual company shares by physical replication. In this way you avoid any synthetic derivatives and unnecessary counterparty risks.
High cost efficiency
In selecting the index funds, Ginmon attaches great importance to cost efficiency. This is measured in terms of the total expense ratio (TER) and the tracking error relative to the underlying index.
Minimal securities lending
Fund companies usually lend securities contained in a fund to third parties to earn additional profits for themselves and their customers. We take care that securities lending is as low as possible so that you can avoid default risks.
In total, Ginmon covers more than 10,000 companies from about 50 countries in its investment strategy. When selecting individual investment vehicles, the focus is on the highest possible level of diversification.
Simple tax rules
Some investment products can lead to a great deal of complexity in filing your tax return. With Ginmon you don’t use non-distributing investment funds domiciled abroad, so you avoid incurring any additional disclosure
With Ginmon you select investment vehicles with a high liquidity and low spreads. The difference between
Based on these strict criteria, the proprietary