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In addition to the usual risks referring to market fluctuations, securities and index type, the investor has to be aware that the funds detailed in this document are also exposed to other risks, such as: secondary market negotiations, differences between NAV and market prices, calculation changes, differences in publications of the index on behalf of the index provider, risks connected to the listing of the index components on different markets, risks connected to the use of derivatives.

There are also further risks these funds that replicate equity or bond indexes are exposed to. The investor is therefore required to have an adequate tolerance and capacity to bear such risks.

For a complete analysis of all the risks described we recommend to read carefully the prospectus.


Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are among the most popular investment choices. Institutional and private investors alike can benefit from their versatility, high liquidity and transparent structures. On the following pages you will learn everything you need to know about the use and characteristics of ETFs.

ETFs – an introduction

What are exchange traded funds (ETFs) and how do they differ from other investment products?

Trading and liquidity

A major advantage of ETFs is their high liquidity. Institutional and private investors benefit from their being continuously tradable.

UBS experts share their insights

Background and insight into the world of ETFs – straight from the ETF experts at UBS.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

If you want to know more about UBS ETFs, see our frequently asked questions.