Franklin FTSE Brazil Ucits ETF, Franklin FTSE China Ucits ETF and Franklin FTSE Korea Ucits ETF will list on the Deutsche Börse on June 5 and on the London Stock Exchange and Borsa Italiana on June 7 and the Six Swiss Exchange on June 19.
The firm also plans to list a Franklin FTSE India Ucits ETF this summer. The total expense ratios (TER) for the Brazil, China and India funds is 0.19%. The TER for the Korea ETF is 0.09%.
Caroline Baron, head of ETF Sales EMEA, Franklin Templeton said: “It was logical for us to start with Brazil, China, India and Korea, since these four high-growth countries represent the biggest country allocations within client portfolios and broad emerging markets indices.”
The new passive emerging markets ETFs are market cap-weighted and benchmarked to country indices from FTSE Russell.