The asset manager has listed three ETFs covering developed market equities, eight focused on emerging market equities, two looking at commodities and one thematic portfolio on the London Stock Exchange.
Seven of the new funds are ranked as number one for assets under management for the benchmarks they track, with four running more than $1bn. In addition, they are some of the most actively traded ETFs in Europe for their respective benchmarks.
All the funds have been in existence for at least four years, have UK Reporting Fund status and are tradable in sterling to ensure that they meet the requirements of UK investors.
Lyxor said 14 existing London-listed funds based on the same indices as the the new ETFs will be merged into the new listings. Investors in the existing ETFs will be automatically given a corresponding number of shares in the new funds.