iShares S&P/ASX 20 ETF (ILC)
About this Fund
|FUND MANAGER||BlackRock Investment Management (Australia)|
|ASSET CLASS||EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS|
|INVESTMENT STYLE||The Fund invests in a portfolio composed of the 20 largest Australian securities listed on the ASX.|
|INVESTMENT PROFILE||The Fund aims to provide investors with the performance of the Benchmark, before fees and expenses.|
|BENCHMARK||S&P/ASX 20 Accumulation Index|
|FUND SIZE||S&P/ASX 20 Accumulation Index|
|NO. OF HOLDINGS||Around 20|
Benefits of iShares
iShares ETFs are managed funds listed or quoted on exchanges (including ASX) providing you with the opportunity to gain exposure to a diversified portfolio of assets in a single transaction.
The significant benefits of investing in the Funds include:
Other benefits of investing in iShares ETFs generally include:
About the Fund
The fund aims to provide investors with the performance of an index, before fees and expenses, composed of the 20 largest Australian securities listed on the ASX.
The index, the S&P/ASX 20 Accumulation Index, includes actively traded and highly liquid securities.
How we invest your money
The Fund seeks to achieve its objective by tracking the performance of the S&P/ASX 20 Total Return Index (referred to as the Index).
We believe that a full replication investment strategy is the most appropriate investment strategy to track the performance of the Index as risk relative to the Index is minimised. Our full-replication approach normally aims to purchase every security in the Index, while considering transaction costs.
What does the Fund invest in?
The Fund generally invests in the Australian equity securities that form the Index.
Generally, the Fund may also hold a small allocation of cash (or cash equivalents, that may include other BlackRock Group funds) for cash flow management purposes.
About the Index
The Index is designed to measure actively traded and highly liquid securities that are among the 20 largest securities listed on the ASX. The Index is the narrowest market capitalisation-based index in the S&P/ASX Index series.
For more information please see Section 6 of the PDS