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The IQ Merger Arbitrage ETF seeks to track before fees and expenses the performance of the IQ Merger Arbitrage Index. The Index seeks to achieve capital appreciation by investing in global companies for which there has been a public announcement of a takeover by an acquirer. This differentiated approach is based on a passive strategy of owning certain announced takeover targets with the goal of generating returns that are representative of global merger arbitrage activity. The Index also includes short exposure to global equities as a partial equity market hedge. Merger arbitrage is a directional hedge fund strategy. The IQ Merger Arbitrage ETF is not a hedge fund and does not invest in hedge funds.
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