The executives of a South Korean technology firm rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday to celebrate its recent launch of two AI-powered ETFs. In May, Qraft Technologies, a Seoul-based provider of AI investment systems, listed both funds on the exchange, that are actively managed by products based on the company's AI.
Closing Bell Ceremony celebrating AI ETF's listing on the New York Stock Exchange. It's the first time AI-powered funds from South Korea have been listed on Wall Street.
On the 11th, Taegukgi, the national flag of Korea was hung on the outside wall of the NYSE. The executives from Qraft Technologies, Seoul-based AI FinTe ㄴch startup, took part as the main character of "Closing Bell Ceremony", an event that shuts down the stock market. Two AI ETFs developed by Qraft were recently listed on NYSE.
Kim Hyung-sik, CEO of Qraft Technologies appeared on MTN's Good Morning Market Insight for an interview.
Beverly Chandler conducts a Q&A interview with South Korea’s Qraft Technologies, led by CEO Hyungsik Kim. Here are some questions.
How did you start your ETF?
What is it about the AI sector that you like?
What does if offer investors?
How do you do your research?
What is your target audience?
Do you have other ETFs?