iShares Glb Prpty Secs Eq Idx (UK) D Acc

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Fund Info

  • Yield History2.68%
  • 3 Year sharpe0.13
  • 3 Year alpha-0.24
  • Distribution Typeaccumulation
  • BenchmarkFTSE EPRA Nareit Custom Developed Midday
  • Legal StructureUnit Trust
  • Fund Size (month end)Unit Trust
  • OCF0.17%
  • IA SectorProperty Other
  • Manager GroupBlackRock
  • DomicileUnited Kingdom
  • ISINGB00B5BFJG71

Investment Strategy

The Fund aims to provide a return on your investment (generated through an increase in the value of the assets held by the Fund) by tracking closely the performance of the FTSE EPRA/ NAREIT Developed Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Fund is passively managed and the investment adviser has discretion to select the Fund’s investments and in doing so may take into consideration the Benchmark Index. The Fund invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) of companies that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities of leading property companies listed globally. The benchmark index is a free float-adjusted market capitalisation weighted index. Free float-adjusted means that only shares readily available in the market rather than all of a company’s issued shares are used in calculating the benchmark index.

ii Super 60 selected

This Fund is a member of our ii Super 60 rated list

This passive fund may suit investors who are looking to get exposure to the property sector but are concerned about liquidity in direct ‘bricks and mortar’ property funds.

The ETF offers low-cost, globally diversified exposure to property securities. Investors should note that this asset class may not perform as well as a diversifier in a portfolio as direct property funds.

It has a fee of just 0.17% and tracks the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Developed Index of around 340 of the largest REITs in developed countries.

January 2021

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