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SPDR S&P Global Dividend Fund (WDIV)

About this Fund

Fund Detail

PDS https://informedinvestor.com.au/view/pds/100958-2024-05-25-02:52.pdf
FUND MANAGER State Street Global Advisors Australia
ASX Code WDIV*
APIR
ASSET CLASS EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS
INVESTMENT STYLE

The Investment Manager uses a passive investment strategy, investing in a portfolio of securities designed to reflect the characteristics of the Fund’s Index

INVESTMENT PROFILE

The Investment Objective of SPDR S&P Global Dividend Fund is to provide investment returns (before fees and other costs), that closely correspond to the performance of the Index.

CURRENCY MANAGEMENT Unhedged
INCEPTION DATE 01-11-2013
BENCHMARK S&P Global Dividend Aristocrats AUD Index
FUND SIZE S&P Global Dividend Aristocrats AUD Index
DISTRIBUTION FREQUENCY Half-yearly
NO. OF HOLDINGS Around 100
FEES 0.50% p.a.
STRUCTURE

Benefits

Benefits

Benefits of investing in the SPDR Global ETFs

Instant international diversification

Access the growth potential of a diversified portfolio of international assets with a single transaction.

Fast, flexible trading

Buy and sell Units in the Funds on the ASX.

Cost-effective global access

Index tracking funds generally have lower management costs than actively managed funds — and SPDR global ETFs are designed for maximum cost-effectiveness.

Precise asset allocation

Use one investment to achieve precisely the level of exposure to international assets your strategy needs.

Transparency

Check each Funds current market value any time during trading hours, or view their holdings and net asset value online.

RISK LEVEL
INVESTOR SUITABILITY

Risks

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Key Features

About the Fund

The SPDR S&P Global Dividend Fund seeks to closely track, before fees and expenses, the returns of the S&P Global Dividend Aristocrats AUD Index.

The S&P Global Dividend Aristocrats is designed to measure the performance of the highest dividend yielding companies within the S&P Global Broad Market Index (BMI) that have followed a policy of increasing or stable dividends for at least 10 consecutive years.

Investment strategy

The Investment Manager uses a passive investment strategy, investing in a portfolio of securities designed to reflect the characteristics of each Fund's Index. Those securities can include:

  • Index constituents;
  • Equivalent securities, including Approved Depository Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depository Receipts (GDRs);
  • Derivative contracts, including exchange traded futures contracts and options over Index constituents, used only in limited circumstances.

Mandate

How we invest your money

The Investment Manager uses a passive investment strategy, investing in a portfolio of securities designed to reflect the characteristics of each Fund's Index. Those securities can include:

  • Index constituents;
  • Equivalent securities, including Approved Depository Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depository Receipts (GDRs);
  • Derivative contracts, including exchange traded futures contracts and options over Index constituents, used only in limited circumstances.

For more information on how the Index is derived, please see the PDS.