The Fund seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and distribution rate performance of the Ecofin Digital Payments Infrastructure Index. The Fund will normally invest at least 80% of its net assets, plus the amount of any borrowings for investment purposes, in Digital Payments Companies.
|Non Classified Equity||8.20%|
|United Arab Emirates||0.69%|
|Symbol||Company Name||% Of Assets|
|AFRM||Affirm Holdings Inc ORD||5.68%|
|AXP||American Express Co ORD||4.92%|
|DFS||Discover Financial Services ORD||4.83%|
|FLT||Fleetcor Technologies Inc ORD||4.63%|
|MA||Mastercard Inc ORD||4.62%|
|V||Visa Inc ORD||4.54%|
|SQ||Square Inc ORD||4.40%|
|FIS||Fidelity National Information Services Inc ORD||4.37%|
|FISV||Fiserv Inc ORD||4.33%|
|GPN||Global Payments Inc ORD||4.33%|
|Name||Ecofin Dgtl Pymts Infr|
|Market Capitalization||89.23 B|
|Total Net Assets||13.30|
|Sub Asset Class||Global Science/Technology Fds|
|Number Of Holdings||55|
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