Creation and redemption are processes to increase or decrease the number of shares issued by a specific ETF. This process requires that the Authorized Participant, in those cases in which an order is created, give the manager the assets needed to create the fund’s basket in exchange for a minimum lot of fund shares. In the case of a redemption order, the Authorized Participant offers a minimum lot of shares from the funds to the manager, in exchange for rescuing the fund’s basket. For example, when creating shares in an ETF whose basket only has 50 (fifty) shares, the Authorized Participant must deliver fifty (50) shares to the manager according to a predetermined amount that is equivalent to the total amount in cash (or according to the case in question) and they will receive a minimum lot of shares from the fund’s manager. To access the composition of the baskets applicable to creating and redeeming the minimum share lots for the fund. Transactions in the primary market are conducted exclusively through the Authorized Participants.