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BetaShares

BetaShares is a leading provider of exchange traded funds (“ETFs“) which are traded on the Australian Securities Exchange. BetaShares offers a range of funds which cover Australian equities, international equities, cash, currencies, commodities and alternative strategies. As at 30 September 2014, BetaShares has approximately $1.6 billion in assets under management.

ETFs offer simple, liquid, transparent and lower cost access to a variety of markets and asset classes. It is for this reason that ETFs have been adopted around the world as an integral part of investment portfolios by retail, SMSF and institutional investors alike.

Our objective is to expand the universe of investment possibilities for investors in Australia, enabling Australians investors to build more robust, diversified and cost effective investment portfolios.

BetaShares is a member of the Mirae Asset Global Investments Group, one of Asia’s largest asset management firms. Mirae manages in excess of US$60 billion, including over US$9 billion in ETFs.

See www.betashares.com.au

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