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Yes, Betashares Global Cybersecurity ETF historically makes one or two distributions a year.
Betashares Global Cybersecurity ETF generally makes its distributions in January and July.
Betashares Global Cybersecurity ETF was admitted to the ASX on 1 September 2016.
An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Betashares Global Cybersecurity ETF (ASX: HACK) is an exchange-traded fund that aims to track an index of shares involved in the global cybersecurity sector.
The fund's portfolio includes global cybersecurity giants, as well as emerging players, from a range of international shares.
Betashares touts its Global Cybersecurity ETF as a means of gaining diversified exposure to global cybersecurity companies, a sector that is heavily under-represented on the ASX. The fund's portfolio is heavily weighted to US shares.
|Mr Edward Sippel||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2021||
No profile reported in Annual Report.
|Mr David Nathanson||Executive Director||Sep 2009||
Mr Nathson has experience in the financial services and legal industries in Sydney and New York at firms including Goldman, Sachs & Co, Macquarie Bank and Freehills. He is a director of Apex Capital Partners Pty Ltd.
|Mr Alex Vynokur||Executive Director||Sep 2009||
Mr Vynokur is a director and principal of Apex Capital Partners, a financial services focussed investment firm. He is also a director of Toranotec Ltd, a Japanese asset management firm that delivered the country's first smartphone-enabled automated investment service. Prior to co-founding BetaShares, he was closely involved in the establishment and development of several leading Australian financial services businesses including Pengana Capital and Centric Wealth. Alex previously worked at Turnbull Pillemer Capital, where he focused on identifying and managing investments across the financial services industry. Prior to commencing his career in financial services, Alex was a lawyer at Baker & McKenzie, focusing in mergers and acquisitions and financial services.
|Mr Jungho Rhee||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2018||
No Profile Reported in Annual Report
|Mr Young Hwan Kim||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2020||
No Profile Reported in Last Annual Report.
|Mr Jason Gellert||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2021||
Mr Gellert was a founding team member of BetaShares and is responsible for managing the financial activities of the business. Previously, Mr Gellert worked in the private equity advisory group at Morgan Stanley in New York and their mergers and acquisitions group in Sydney. He also worked in the investment team at Investec Wentworth Private Equity. Mr Gellert's experience spans mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and general corporate advice, as well as funds management.
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