LGIM sees digital payments revolution as a big investment opportunity

As the world moves increasingly towards a cashless economy, Head of Nordics at Legal & General Investment Management Anders Arjes sees "sustained demand from investors for targeted exposure to the long-term, structural trends that are changing our world".

Howie Li, Head of ETFs and Anders Arjes, Head of Nordics at LGIM. | Photo: LGIM PR.

Digital payments revolution and transition to a cashless economy offers significant growth potential for investors, says Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), which has launched a digital payments fund providing investors with exposure to digital payment technologies.

The new fund, called L&G Digital Payments UCITS ETF, invests in companies in the digital payments value-chain listed in South Korea and Taiwan, which have a minimum free float market capitalisation of USD 200m (EUR 163m).

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