VanEck Revamps an Energy Income ETF to Better Reflect Investor Needs and Trends in the Category

As of December 2nd, YMLP will have a new name and ticker (EINC) to go along with a new underlying index, new tax status and a significantly lower expense ratio

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–VanEck today announced that the VanEck Vectors® High Income MLP ETF (NYSE Arca: YMLP®) has been renamed the VanEck Vectors® Energy Income ETF (NYSE Arca: EINC).

In addition to the new name and ticker, EINC is also now seeking to track a new index, the MVIS North America Energy Infrastructure Index. The fund’s new expense ratio is now 0.45%, a significant reduction from the previous expense ratio of 0.84%.

We’re very pleased to be announcing these changes, which should better position EINC as an attractive option for investors looking to access the attractive yield potential and growth prospects of the asset class,” said Ed Lopez, Head of ETF Product with VanEck. “Given the recent history of industry consolidation and corporate restructurings, the new index provides a current reflection of the high-yielding energy infrastructure universe.”

The Fund’s new underlying index, the MVIS North America Energy Infrastructure Index, is a rules based, modified capitalization weighted, float adjusted index intended to give investors a means of tracking the overall performance of companies involved in the midstream energy segment, which includes MLPs and corporations involved in oil and gas storage. The Index will limit exposure to companies taxed as partnerships to 24% of its weighting each quarter allowing the Fund to offer comprehensive exposure to the asset class without K-1 tax forms or fund-level taxation.

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Important Disclosures

An investment in EINC may be subject to risks which include, among others, risks specific to oil and gas companies (midstream, marine shipping, geopolitical risk), investing in Canadian issuers, MLP, MLP Tax, energy sector, return of capital distributions from the fund reduce the tax basis of fund shares, liquidity, market, operational, medium – capitalization companies, index tracking, authorized participant concentration, no guarantee of active trading market, trading issues, high portfolio turnover, passive management, fund shares trading, premium/discount risk and liquidity of fund shares, non-diversified and concentration risks, all of which may adversely affect the Fund.

Index returns are not Fund returns and do not reflect any management fees or brokerage expenses. Certain indices may take into account withholding taxes. Investors cannot invest directly in the Index. Returns for actual Fund investors may differ from what is shown because of differences in timing, the amount invested and fees and expenses. Index returns assume that dividends have been reinvested.

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