Inactive ETF at liquidation/merger

What is an inactive ETF?

An ETF, which was liquidated by the fund company or merged with another ETF is identified in the justETF system as "Inactive ETF". For an inactive ETF, you will not receive any current quotes from the liquidation or merger date onwards.
 
Our assistent for fund closures/mergers will assist you in deleting a position at fund closure (Liquidation) or rebooking a position in case of fund merger (Merger) to the new ISIN.
 
If there is an inactive ETF in your portfolio, you will receive the warning "Your portfolio contains an inactive ETF".
  justETF: Warning message inactive ETF
 

Fund closure: Assistant for fund liquidation

Click on the warning "Your portfolio contains an inactive ETF". You will thus open the assistant for fund closures. Check the derecognition date saved ("Trade date") or specify the same, if required.
 
Subsequently a sell transaction of this position is automatically booked by the system at the trade date and sell amount is credited to your virtual cash balance.
  justETF: Assistant for ETF liquidation
 

Merger of funds: Assistant for merger

Click on the warning "Your portfolio contains an inactive ETF". You will thus open the assistant for fund mergers.

If the data is available, the assistent already added the new funds ISIN, the merger date and the exchange ratio for the fund merger. If no data is available, you can obtain the information from your bank or directly from the ETF provider.
  justETF: Assistant for ETF merger
 
 

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