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Invesco Investment Management
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Investment Name Crown Rating OBSR Rating GIA ISA SIPP BOND RE-REG Sector Type Unit/Share Type Initial charge after discount % TER% OCF% AMC% from 7% from 6% Pricing Novia Dealing Point Select
Invesco MstrUSEIfMLPUtsETF A GBP Y Y Y N Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.50 0.50 5.01 4.03 Dual 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Invesco Morningstar US Energy Infrastructure MLP UCITS ETF (the 'Fund') aims to provide the performance of the Morningstar MLP Composite Index (TR).
Invesco Physical Silver ETC GBP Y Y Y N Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.19 0.19 5.34 4.35 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
Objective: The Invesco Physical Silver ETC aims to provide the performance of the spot silver price, less fees.
Invesco S&P 500 UCITS ETF Y Y Y N Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.05 0.05 5.48 4.50 Dual 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Investment objective of the ETF is to provide the performance of the S&P 500 Total Return (Net) Index.
Invesco S&P500HiDivLwVo GBP 1 Neutral Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Invesco S&P 500 High Dividend Low Volatility UCITS ETF aims to provide investors with investment results which, before expenses, correspond to the price and yield performance of the S&P 500® Low Volatility High Dividend Net Total Return Index (a dual-factor index) in US dollar terms by holding, as far as practicable, all of the Index’s constituents in their respective weighting. The index constituent universe is reviewed twice a year in January and July. The S&P 500 Low Volatility High Dividend Index (“the benchmark”) measures the performance of the 50 least-volatile high dividend-yielding stocks in the S&P 500 Index while meeting diversification, volatility and tradability requirements (achieve a balance between dividend yield and volatility). All S&P 500 Index constituents are ranked in descending order of trailing 12 months dividend yields. The top 75 stocks are selected and the number of stocks per GICS® sector2 is capped at 10. The 50 lowest realised volatility stocks are selected and weighted by dividend yield (each constituent is capped at 3% and each GICS sector is capped at 25%).
Invesco UK Gilt 1-5 Year UCITS ETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.06 0.06 5.47 4.49 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Invesco UK Gilt 1-5 Year UCITS ETF aims to provide the performance of the Bloomberg Barclays UK Gilt 1-5 Years Index, after the impact of fees.
Invesco UK Gilts UCITS ETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.06 0.06 5.47 4.49 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Invesco UK Gilts UCITS ETF aims to provide the performance of the Bloomberg Barclays Sterling Gilt Index, after the impact of fees.
Invesco UK Gilts UCITS ETF Acc Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.06 0.06 5.47 4.49 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Invesco UK Gilts UCITS ETF aims to provide the performance of the Bloomberg Barclays Sterling Gilt Index, after the impact of fees.
Invesco US&PUSSel UCITS ETF Y Y Y N Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.14 0.14 5.39 4.40 Dual 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Investment objective of the ETF is to provide the performance of the S&P Select Sector Capped 20% Utilities Total Return (Net) Index.
Invesco USTrsyBd7-10YrUCTS Hg D Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Invesco US Treasury Bond 7-10 Year UCITS ETF aims to provide the performance of the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Treasury 7-10 Year Total Return Index USD Unhedged, after the impact of fees.
Invesco Management S.A.
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Investment Name Crown Rating OBSR Rating GIA ISA SIPP BOND RE-REG Sector Type Unit/Share Type Initial charge after discount % TER% OCF% AMC% from 7% from 6% Pricing Novia Dealing Point Select
Invesco GblInvGrCorpBd ZH A 3 Neutral Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest SIB Acc 0.00 N/A 0.54 0.38 4.97 3.99 n/a 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth. The Fund invests primarily in shares of companies engaged in the discretionary consumer needs worldwide, including companies engaged in meeting the demands of consumers. The Fund is actively managed and is not constrained by its benchmark, MSCI World Consumer Discretionary Index (Net Total Return), which is used for comparison purposes. However, as the benchmark is a suitable proxy for the investment strategy, it is likely that some of the Fund’s holdings are also components of the benchmark. As an actively managed fund, this overlap will change and this statement may be updated from time to time. The Fund has broad discretion over portfolio construction and therefore securities, weightings and risk characteristics will differ. As a result, it is expected that over time the risk return characteristics of the Fund may diverge materially to the benchmark.
Invesco GblInvGrCorpBd ZH GrQD 3 Neutral Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest SIB Inc 0.00 N/A 0.54 0.38 4.97 3.99 n/a 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth. The Fund invests primarily in shares of companies engaged in the discretionary consumer needs worldwide, including companies engaged in meeting the demands of consumers. The Fund is actively managed and is not constrained by its benchmark, MSCI World Consumer Discretionary Index (Net Total Return), which is used for comparison purposes. However, as the benchmark is a suitable proxy for the investment strategy, it is likely that some of the Fund’s holdings are also components of the benchmark. As an actively managed fund, this overlap will change and this statement may be updated from time to time. The Fund has broad discretion over portfolio construction and therefore securities, weightings and risk characteristics will differ. As a result, it is expected that over time the risk return characteristics of the Fund may diverge materially to the benchmark.
Invesco Jpnse Eq Adv Z Acc GBP 3 Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Japan SIB Acc 0.00 N/A 0.92 0.70 4.57 3.60 n/a 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth. The Fund invests primarily in shares of companies engaged in the discretionary consumer needs worldwide, including companies engaged in meeting the demands of consumers. The Fund is actively managed and is not constrained by its benchmark, MSCI World Consumer Discretionary Index (Net Total Return), which is used for comparison purposes. However, as the benchmark is a suitable proxy for the investment strategy, it is likely that some of the Fund’s holdings are also components of the benchmark. As an actively managed fund, this overlap will change and this statement may be updated from time to time. The Fund has broad discretion over portfolio construction and therefore securities, weightings and risk characteristics will differ. As a result, it is expected that over time the risk return characteristics of the Fund may diverge materially to the benchmark.
Invesco Sterling Bond Z-QD I 3 Silver Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest SIB Inc 0.00 N/A 0.60 0.38 4.91 3.93 n/a 9:00AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth. The Fund invests primarily in shares of companies engaged in the discretionary consumer needs worldwide, including companies engaged in meeting the demands of consumers. The Fund is actively managed and is not constrained by its benchmark, MSCI World Consumer Discretionary Index (Net Total Return), which is used for comparison purposes. However, as the benchmark is a suitable proxy for the investment strategy, it is likely that some of the Fund’s holdings are also components of the benchmark. As an actively managed fund, this overlap will change and this statement may be updated from time to time. The Fund has broad discretion over portfolio construction and therefore securities, weightings and risk characteristics will differ. As a result, it is expected that over time the risk return characteristics of the Fund may diverge materially to the benchmark.
Iridian Asset Management LLC
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Investment Name Crown Rating OBSR Rating GIA ISA SIPP BOND RE-REG Sector Type Unit/Share Type Initial charge after discount % TER% OCF% AMC% from 7% from 6% Pricing Novia Dealing Point Select
Iridian US Eq I Acc GBP 1 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 1.40 1.25 4.08 3.11 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The investment objective of the Fund is to provide long-term capital appreciation. The Fund intends to achieve its investment objective by investing primarily in U.S. publicly traded equity securities. The Fund also may invest a portion of its assets in equity securities, including American Depositary Receipts ("ADRs"), of non-U.S. issuers located primarily in the various developed countries of Europe and Asia. The Fund will typically hold 40 to 60 securities. The Fund may also, pending reinvestment, or if this is considered appropriate to the investment objective, invest on a short term basis in cash, cash equivalents and money market instruments (including, but not limited to, cash deposits, commercial paper and certificates of deposit) listed or traded on U.S. markets with a rating of AAA. The Fund may (but is not obliged to) enter into certain currency related transactions (through the use of financial derivative instruments ("FDI") as disclosed below in Section 2 entitled "Use of Derivatives") in order to hedge
iShares
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Investment Name Crown Rating OBSR Rating GIA ISA SIPP BOND RE-REG Sector Type Unit/Share Type Initial charge after discount % TER% OCF% AMC% from 7% from 6% Pricing Novia Dealing Point Select
iShares IdxLdGltUETF Bronze Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays UK Government Inflation-Linked Bond Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of United Kingdom (UK) domestic Government index-linked bonds. It consists of FI securities denominated in Sterling that pay coupon (i.e. interest) and principal in Sterling, and are issued by the UK Government. The FI securities must be capital-indexed and linked to an eligible inflation index (i.e. their principal value is protected against inflation) and have a minimum remaining time to maturity of one year and a minimum amount outstanding of £300 million.They will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness) so long as the UK maintains its investment grade credit rating. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares Ultsht Bd ESG UCTF D Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.09 0.09 5.44 4.46 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective:
iShares UltstBdUCTSETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.09 0.09 5.44 4.46 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Markit iBoxx GBP Liquid Investment Grade Ultrashort Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold these until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell the position. The Index measures the performance of Sterling denominated investment grade ultrashort FI securities. The FI securities included in the Index are corporate and quasi-sovereign fixed rate FI securities maturing between 0 and 1 year and corporate and quasi-sovereign floating rate FI securities with a time to maturity between 0 and 3 years. The FI securities will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, have an average rating of investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness) by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services. The Index uses a market-value weighted methodology with a cap on each issuer of 4%. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. The Fund may also engage in short-term secured lending of its investments to certain eligible third parties to generate additional income to off-set the costs of the Fund
iShares $ TIPS UCITS ETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays US Government Inflation-Linked Bond Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of the United States Treasury Inflation Protected Bond market (US TIPS). It comprises inflation-linked bonds issued by the US Treasury. Inflation-linked bonds have a principal value that is protected against inflation. The bonds will be denominated in US Dollars and pay coupon (i.e. interest) and principal in US Dollars. The bonds will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness) so long as the United States maintains its investment grade credit rating. The Index only includes capital indexed bonds with a remaining maturity (i.e. the period until repayment) of one year or more and a minimum amount outstanding of US$500 million. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. These may also include the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). FDIs may also be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares $ TrsBd1-3yrUETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Funds assets, which reflects the return of the ICE U.S. Treasury 1-3 Year Bond Index, the Funds benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index offers exposure to US government bonds with a remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until they become due for repayment) from 1 to 3 years and a minimum amount outstanding of $300 million at the time of inclusion in the Index. They will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to the Index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares $ TrsBd1-3yrUETF H D Silver Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Funds assets, which reflects the return of the ICE U.S. Treasury 1-3 Year Bond Index, the Funds benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index offers exposure to US government bonds with a remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until they become due for repayment) from 1 to 3 years and a minimum amount outstanding of $300 million at the time of inclusion in the Index. They will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to the Index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares $ TrsBd3-7yrUETF Acc Silver Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 Dual 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the ICE U.S. Treasury 3-7 Year Bond Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index offers exposure to US government bonds with a remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until they become due for repayment) from 3 to 7 years and have a minimum amount outstanding of $300 million at the time of inclusion in the Index. They will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the benchmark index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares $ TrsBd7-10yrUETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Funds assets, which reflects the return of the ICE U.S. Treasury 7-10 Year Bond Index, the Funds benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index offers exposure to US government bonds with a remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until they become due for repayment) from 7 to 10 years and a minimum amount outstanding of $300 million at the time of inclusion in the Index. They will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. These may also include the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). FDIs may also be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares $ UltstBdUCTSETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.09 0.09 5.44 4.46 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Markit iBoxx USD Liquid Investment Grade Ultrashort Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold these until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell the position. The Index measures the performance of US Dollar denominated investment grade ultrashort FI securities. The FI securities included in the Index are corporate fixed rate FI securities maturing between 0 and 1 year and corporate floating rate FI securities with a time to maturity between 0 and 3 years. The FI securities will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, have an average rating of investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness) by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services. The Index uses a market-value weighted methodology with a cap on each issuer of 3%. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares $CrpBd0-3yrESGUCTS H D Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.17 0.17 5.36 4.37 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund, which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays MSCI US Corporate 0-3 Sustainable SRI Index, the Fund's benchmark index (Index). In respect of the Fund and Index, SRI means socially responsible investing. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of fixed-rate, US Dollar denominated corporate bonds that have a remaining time to maturity of no longer than three years and a minimum amount outstanding of $300 million. The bonds must be rated investment grade, taking the middle rating given by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s Rating Services. The Index includes only bonds issued by companies that meet the index provider’s environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) ratings, based on a series of exclusionary and ratings based criteria. The investable universe of the Index is determined by three ESG screens. The Index excludes companies that are identified by the index provider as manufacturers or producers of alcohol, tobacco, gambling, adult entertainment, genetically modified organisms, nuclear power, civilian firearms and military weapons, or where their involvement in those activities exceed the thresholds set by the index provider. Companies are also given a MSCI ESG intangible value assessment (IVA) rating by the index provider, based on their ability to manage their ESG risks and opportunities, which determines their eligibility for inclusion (rating must be BBB or higher to be eligible for inclusion). In addition, companies which are identified as being involved in major controversies that have an ESG impact on their operations and/or products and services, with a MSCI ESG Controversies score less than 1, are also excluded. The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. If the credit, or ESG ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the benchmark index and also the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares $CrpBdInRtHgUCTETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.25 0.25 5.27 4.29 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Markit iBoxx USD Liquid Investment Grade Interest Rate Hedged Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Index aims to measure the performance of US Dollar denominated corporate bonds in the Markit iBoxx USD Liquid Investment Grade Index (Underlying Index) while hedging against underlying interest rate risk of Dollar corporate bonds. The Underlying Index measures the performance of Dollar denominated, corporate fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) which pay income according to a fixed rate of interest. The FI securities will be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of credit worthiness) at the time of purchase. The Index hedges against underlying interest rate risk by selling US Treasury bond futures; a bond futures contract locks in the price at which a bond can be bought or sold at a future date. The hedge aims to reduce exposure to changes in the US Treasury bond interest rate curve, which shows the interest rates of different maturities. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the FI securities that make up the Underlying Index and comply with its credit rating requirements, as well as in US Treasury bond futures contracts that, as far as possible track the hedging methodology of the Index. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold these until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell the position. The US Treasury bond futures contracts are weighted appropriately according to the duration of the FI securities held in the Index on a monthly basis. No adjustment is made to the hedge during the month to account for price movements of FI securities of the Index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. These may also include the use of FDIs (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes. Apart from hedging US Treasury bond yield exposure,
iShares $CrpBdUCTS Bronze Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of US Dollar denominated investment grade corporate bonds.
iShares $FltRtBdUCITETF H Inc GBP Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.12 0.12 5.41 4.42 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays US Floating Rate Note < 5 Years Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of US Dollar-denominated FI securities issued globally by corporate and government-related issuers that pay income according to a floating rate of interest. The Index includes only FI securities that: (i) are SEC-registered securities, bonds exempt from registration at time of issuance, or SEC Rule 144A securities with or without registration rights; (ii) are rated investment grade, taking the middle rating given by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard &amp; Poor’s Ratings Services (or, in the absence of such explicit bond ratings, using other sources, such as the index provider’s internal ratings); (iii) have at least US$300 million outstanding per individual bond; and (iv) have a remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until they become due for repayment) of greater than or equal to one month, but less than five years. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares $HgYldCrpBdUCTS Bronze Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.50 0.50 5.01 4.03 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share class seeks to track the performance of an index composed of US Dollar denominated high yield corporate bonds.
iShares $TIPS0-5UETF $ GBP Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the ICE U.S. Treasury Inflation Linked Bond Index 0-5 Years, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of the US Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (US TIPS) market. The Index includes only inflation-protected bonds issued bythe US Treasury that have a remaining maturity of between zero and five years and a minimum amount outstanding of US$300 million. The Index uses a marketcapitalisation weighted methodology. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. Bonds must be fixed rate and denominated in USDollar, with coupons (i.e. interest) and principal paid in US Dollar. The Index excludes US state and local government series bonds and Treasury STRIPS (SeparateTrading of Registered Interest and Principal of Securities), floating rate notes, cash management and US Treasury bills, and any government agency debt issued with orwithout a government guarantee. The FI securities will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. The Fund may also engage in short-term secured lending of its investments to certain eligible third parties to generate additional income to off-set the costs of theFund.
iShares $TIPS0-5UETF H Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.12 0.12 5.41 4.42 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the ICE U.S. Treasury Inflation Linked Bond Index 0-5 Years, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of the US Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (US TIPS) market. The Index includes only inflation-protected bonds issued bythe US Treasury that have a remaining maturity of between zero and five years and a minimum amount outstanding of US$300 million. The Index uses a marketcapitalisation weighted methodology. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. Bonds must be fixed rate and denominated in USDollar, with coupons (i.e. interest) and principal paid in US Dollar. The Index excludes US state and local government series bonds and Treasury STRIPS (SeparateTrading of Registered Interest and Principal of Securities), floating rate notes, cash management and US Treasury bills, and any government agency debt issued with orwithout a government guarantee. The FI securities will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. The Fund may also engage in short-term secured lending of its investments to certain eligible third parties to generate additional income to off-set the costs of theFund.
iShares $TryBd20+yrUCTETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund's assets, which reflects the return of the ICE U.S. Treasury 20+ Years Bond Index, the Fund's benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index offers exposure to US government bonds with a remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until they become due for repayment) of 20 years or more and a minimum amount outstanding of $300 million at the time of inclusion in the Index. They will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. These may also include the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). FDIs may also be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares $TryBd20+yrUCTETF H D Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund's assets, which reflects the return of the ICE U.S. Treasury 20+ Years Bond Index, the Fund's benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index offers exposure to US government bonds with a remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until they become due for repayment) of 20 years or more and a minimum amount outstanding of $300 million at the time of inclusion in the Index. They will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. These may also include the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). FDIs may also be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares € CorpBd0-3yrESGUETF GBP Silver Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.15 5.38 4.39 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund, which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays MSCI Euro Corporate 0-3 Sustainable SRI Index, the Fund's benchmark index (Index). In the respect of the Fund and Index, SRI means socially responsible investing. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of fixed-rate, Euro denominated corporate bonds that have a remaining time to maturity of no longer than three years and aminimum amount outstanding of €300 million. The bonds must be rated investment grade, taking the middle rating given by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard &amp; Poor’sRating Services. The Index includes only bonds issued by companies that meet the index provider’s environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) ratings, based on a series of andexclusionary and ratings based criteria. The investable universe of the Index is determined by three ESG screens. The Index excludes companies that are identified by the index provider as manufacturers or producers of alcohol, tobacco, gambling, adult entertainment, genetically modified organisms, nuclear power, civilian firearms and military weapons, or where their involvement in those activities exceed the thresholds set by the index provider. Companies are also given a MSCI ESG intangible value assessment (IVA) rating by the index provider, based on their ability to manage their ESG risks and opportunities, which determines their eligibility for inclusion (rating must be BBB or higher to be eligible for inclusion). In addition, companies which are identified as being involved in major controversies that have an ESG impact on their operations and/or products and services, with a MSCI ESG Controversies score less than 1, are also excluded. The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. If the credit, or ESG ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the benchmark index and also the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on, one or more underlying assets). FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares € Divi UETF Neutral Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the EURO STOXX® Select Dividend 30 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of 30 equity securities issued by companies in the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union that are expected to pay higher dividends than other equity securities. The benchmark index includes companies which, at the time of inclusion, have paid dividends in four out of five calendar years, have a non-negative dividend growth rate over the past five years, have a dividend to earnings-per-share ratio of 60% or less, and meet criteria for trading volume. The benchmark index is weighted according to net dividend yield with individual companies capped at 15%.
iShares € InflLkBdUETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.25 0.25 5.27 4.29 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return on the Government inflation-linked bonds issued by European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) member states. The Fund aims to produce a return on your investment which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Government Inflation Linked Bond Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Eurozone government inflation-linked bonds issued by EMU member states with a minimum rating of Baa3/BBB- or higher accordingly to the methodology of the index provider. Inflation-linked bonds are bonds which pay income which is linked to a rate of inflation in line with an eligible inflation index. Only bonds with a minimum remaining time to maturity of one year and a minimum amount outstanding of €500 million are included in the Index. The bonds will be denominated in Euro and will pay coupon (i.e. interest) and principal in Euro. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to the Index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares € TtMkGthLgUETF Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the EURO STOXX® Total Market Growth Large Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities issued by companies in the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union with large market capitalisation and which are orientated towards long-term capital growth.
iShares €CrpBdESGUETF H D Bronze Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.17 0.17 5.36 4.37 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund, which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays MSCI Euro Corporate Sustainable SRI Index, the Fund's benchmark index (Index). In the respect of the Fund and Index, SRI means socially responsible investing. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of fixed-rate, investment-grade Euro denominated corporate bonds that form part of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro AggregateCorporate Index (the “Parent Index”), but includes only bonds issued by companies that meet the index provider’s environmental, social and governance (“ESG”)ratings. The Parent Index includes bonds that: (i) are rated investment grade, taking the middle rating given by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard &amp; Poor’s Ratings Services; (ii) haveat least one year until maturity; and; (iii) have a minimum amount outstanding of €300 million. The investable universe of the Index is determined by three ESG screens. The Index excludes companies that are identified by the index provider as manufacturers or producers of alcohol, tobacco, gambling, adult entertainment, genetically modified organisms, nuclear power, civilian firearms and military weapons, or where their involvement in those activities exceed the thresholds set by the index provider. Companies are also given a MSCI ESG intangible value assessment (IVA) rating by the index provider, based on their ability to manage their ESG risks and opportunities, which determines their eligibility for inclusion (rating must be BBB or higher to be eligible for inclusion). In addition, companies which are identified as being involved in major controversies that have an ESG impact on their operations and/or products and services, with a MSCI ESG Controversies score less than 1, are also excluded. The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. If the credit, or ESG ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the benchmark index and also the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares €HgYldBndUCTS Bronze Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.50 0.50 5.01 4.03 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share class seeks to track the performance of an index composed of US Dollar denominated high yield corporate bonds.
iShares €STOXSmUETF Neutral Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the EURO STOXX® Small Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities issued by companies in the Eurozone with small market capitalisation and comply with the screening, liquidity and free float criteria. Equity securities are selected for the benchmark index from small market capitalisation companies that make up the EURO STOXX Index. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may also include the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objective. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares AEX UCITS ETF Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the AEX Index®, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities issued by Dutch companies with large market capitalisation. It currently comprises the 25 most actively traded Dutch companies listed on NYSE Euronext Amsterdam. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a modified free float market capitalisation weighted basis. Modified free float market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares available to international investors and modified in accordance with an index capping methodology applied by the index provider.
iShares AgPoplUSETF Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the iSTOXX® Factset Ageing Population Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Index. The Index reflects the performance of a subset of equity securities within the STOXX Global Total Market Index (TMI) (“Parent Index”) which derive significant revenues from the growing needs of the world’s ageing population (defined as people aged 60 years or above). Companies included in the Index must generate at least 50% of theirannual revenues from one or multiple predefined sectors relevant to the ageing population theme, which fall under categories such as biopharmaceuticals, life and health insurance, hospital facilities and travel. The Index methodology looks down through six layers of subsectors in order to provide a focused exposure to the specific theme.If a company’s aggregate revenue received from the pre-defined sectors drops below 45% it will be removed from the Index at the next rebalance. The Index may include small, mid and/or large capitalisation constituents of the Parent Index from both developed and emerging market countries globally. The Parent Index is free floatmarket capitalisation weighted, however, each constituent of the Index is equally weighted at each Index rebalance. In order to gain exposure to certain securities in emerging markets that make up its Index, the Fund may invest in American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are investments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares Agribsns UETF Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.55 0.55 4.96 3.98 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the S&P Commodity Producers Agribusiness Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of some of the largest publicly traded companies involved in agriculture businesses from around the world. The benchmark index includes only companies within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) classification of Agricultural Products, Agricultural &amp; Farm Machinery, Fertilisers &amp; Agricultural Chemicals and Packaged Foods and Meats and is constructed from the S&P Global Broad Market Index. These companies must maintain a developed market listing for their shares, and meet minimum market capitalisation and liquidity requirements to be considered for inclusion in the benchmark index. Companies are included in the benchmark index on a free float-adjusted market capitalisation weighted basis. Free float-adjusted means that only shares available to investors rather than all of a company’s issued shares are used in calculating the benchmark index, and exclude shares closely held by control groups, other publicly traded companies or government agencies. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued. Shares that are liquid mean that they can easily be bought and sold in normal market conditions. The maximum weighting of each constituent in the benchmark index is capped at 10% at each rebalance. Therefore, in between benchmark index rebalances, the weighting of any constituent could exceed 10% of the benchmark index. The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on, one or more underlying assets) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objective. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares Asia Prp Yld UETF Y Y Y Y Y Property ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.59 0.59 4.92 3.94 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the FTSE EPRA/Nareit Developed Asia Dividend + Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares of listed real estate companies and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)) that make up the benchmark index. REITs are closed-ended investment vehicles that invest in, manage and own, real estate. The benchmark index measures the performance of REITs and real estate holding and development companies from developed Asian countries which are constituents of the FTSE EPRA/Nareit Developed Asia Index, and pay above average or a high level of income as a dividend. The benchmark index offers exposure to listed real estate companies and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) from developed Asian countries and includes those equity securities which have a forecasted dividend yield of equal to, or greater than, 2%. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund does not hold physical real estate property, but invests indirectly in property-related assets (i.e. the shares of listed real estate companies and REITs). The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) for efficient portfolio management purposes (i.e. to reduce risk within the Fund’s portfolio, reduce investment costs and generate additional income). FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares AsiaPc Div UETF Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.59 0.59 4.92 3.94 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Dow Jones Asia/Pacific Select Dividend 30 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of the top 30 highest dividend paying companies in the Asia/Pacific region. Companies included in the benchmark index are those that have paid dividends in each of the past three years, have a dividend per share ratio greater than or equal to its three-year average annual dividend per share ratio, have a five year average payout ratio of greater than or equal to two-thirds of the five-year payout ratio of the corresponding Dow Jones country index, or greater than 118%, whichever is greater, a non-negative previous 12 month earnings per share and meet criteria for trading volume. The benchmark index is weighted according to dividend yield with individual companies capped at 10%.
iShares Autm&RobtsUCITSETF Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the iSTOXX® FactSet Automation &amp; Robotics Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Index. The Index reflects the performance of a subset of equity securities within the STOXX Global Total Market Index (TMI) (“Parent Index”) which derive significant revenues from the automation and robotics industry. Companies included in the Index must generate at least 50% of their annual revenues from one or multiple predefined sectors relevant to the automation and robotics theme, which fall under categories such as artificial intelligence, nanotechnology and manufacturing robotics. The Index methodology looks down through six layers of subsectors in order to provide a focused exposure to the specific theme. If a company’s aggregate revenue received from the pre-defined sectors drops below 45% it will be removed from the Index at the next rebalance. The Index may include small, mid and/or large capitalisation constituents of the Parent Index from both developed and emerging market countries globally. The Parent Index is free float market capitalisation weighted, however, each constituent of the Index is equally weighted at each Index rebalance. In order to gain exposure to certain securities in emerging markets that make up its Index, the Fund may invest in American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are investments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares BRIC 50 UETF Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.74 0.74 4.76 3.78 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the FTSE BRIC 50 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of the 50 biggest companies in Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) by full market capitalisation, that trade as either depository receipts for Brazilian, Indian or Russian companies, or shares listed outside of mainland China for Chinese companies. The benchmark index uses depository receipts (i.e. investments issued by financial institutions that give exposure to underlying equity securities) and shares listed outside of mainland China as more readily tradable substitutes for the underlying securities. The benchmark index is weighted by free float market capitalisation and the weighting of each component is capped at 15%. Free float-market capitalisation is the share price of the company multiplied by the number of shares available to international investors. The Fund intends to replicate the benchmark index by holding the equity securities which make up the benchmark index, in similar proportions to it (including American Depositary Receipts and Global Depositary Receipts which make up a large proportion of the benchmark index).
iShares China LgeCap UETF Neutral Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.74 0.74 4.76 3.78 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the FTSE China 50 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the Fund's benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of the largest companies in the Chinese equity market that are available to international investors. The benchmark index consists of 50 of the largest and most liquid companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange ranked by total free float market capitalisation. Equity securities that are liquid means that they can be easily be bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. Individual constituents are capped at 9% of the total benchmark index and all companies that have a weight greater than 4.5% are capped in aggregate at 38% of the total benchmark index.
iShares Core€CrpBdUCTS Bronze Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of Euro denominated investment grade corporate bonds.
iShares CorUKGltsUCITSETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the FTSE Actuaries UK Conventional Gilts All Stocks Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of the United Kingdom (UK) Government gilt market (i.e. UK Government bond market) with a diversified spread of maturity dates (i.e. repayment dates) and coupon (i.e. interest) payments. The bonds will be denominated in Sterling, and coupons and principal paid in Sterling. The bonds will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness) so long as the UK maintains its investment grade credit rating. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares CpBd 0-5yUETF Bronze Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Markit iBoxx GBP Corporate 0-5 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of the Sterling denominated investment grade debt securities (such as bonds) issued by companies with an expected remaining time to maturity of between 0 and 5 years. The debt securities will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, have an average rating of investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). All issues are included based on the currency of the issue and not the domicile of the issuer. Bonds must have a minimum amount outstanding of £100 million to be considered for inclusion in the Index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares CpBdExFnUETF Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Markit iBoxx GBP Non-Financials Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Sterling denominated FI debt securities issued by public or private companies in the following industries: basic material, consumer goods, consumer services, health care, industrial, oil and gas, telecommunication and utilities ,to the exclusion of the financial sector. The FI debt securities will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The FI debt securities are included in the Index based on the currency of issue and not the country of domicile of the issuer. Only bonds with a minimum remaining time to maturity of one year and a minimum amount outstanding of £250 million are included in the Benchmark Index. The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares Cr CrpBd UETF Neutral Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Sterling denominated investment grade bond market. The Fund aims to produce a return on your investment which reflects the return of the Markit iBoxx GBP Liquid Corporates Large Cap Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of the most liquid (i.e. bonds that can be easily bought and sold in the market in normal market conditions) Sterling denominated bonds which are issued by companies. The bonds will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). Each issuer of bonds in the Index is capped at 4%. Only bonds with a minimum remaining time to maturity of one year, a minimum outstanding issuance of £750 million and have at least £300 million face value per individual bond are included in the benchmark index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares Cr Eur GvtBd U ETF Gold Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.09 0.09 5.44 4.46 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Treasury Bond Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro denominated bonds issued or guaranteed by member states of the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union (EMU). The bonds are issued in Euro or the legacy currencies of sovereign countries of the EMU and will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). They will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and will have at least one year remaining until maturity (i.e. the time until they become due for repayment) and a minimum amount outstanding of €300 million. The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares Cr FTSE 100 UETF Y Y Y Y N UK Equity ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the FTSE 100 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Fund aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of the 100 companies listed on a stock exchange in the United Kingdom with largest market capitalisation, according to size, liquidity and free float criteria. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Fund intends to replicate the benchmark index by holding the equity securities which make up the benchmark index, in similar proportions to it. The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objectives. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares CrFTSE 100 UETFInc Bronze Y Y Y Y Y UK Equity ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the FTSE 100 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of the 100 largest UK companies trading on the London Stock Exchange, which comply with size, liquidity and free float criteria. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions.
iShares CrGblAggBndUCTS H GBP Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The iShares Global Aggregate Bond UCITS ETF seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of global investment grade bonds.
iShares CrMSCI EMUUETF H Dis GBP Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.12 0.12 5.41 4.42 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI EMU Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid-market capitalisation companies across developed market countries in the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) according to the MSCI size, liquidity and free float criteria. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float–adjusted market capitalisation weighted basis. Free float–adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of the company multiplied by the number of shares available to international investors. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The benchmark index is a net total return index which means that the net dividends of the constituents of the benchmark index are reinvested after the deduction of any taxes that may apply. The Fund intends to replicate the benchmark index by holding the equity securities which make up the benchmark index, in similar proportions to it. The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objectives. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares CrMSCIEMIMIUETF D Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.18 0.18 5.35 4.36 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI Emerging Markets Investable Market Index (IMI), the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large, mid and small-cap sectors (i.e. companies with large, mid and small market capitalisation) within the equity markets in emerging markets which comply with MSCI’s size, liquidity and free float criteria. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. In order to gain exposure to certain securities in emerging markets that make up its benchmark index, the Fund may invest in American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are investments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares CrMSCIEMIMIUETF GBP Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.18 0.18 5.35 4.36 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI Emerging Markets Investable Market Index (IMI), the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large, mid and small-cap sectors (i.e. companies with large, mid and small market capitalisation) within the equity markets in emerging markets which comply with MSCI’s size, liquidity and free float criteria. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. In order to gain exposure to certain securities in emerging markets that make up its benchmark index, the Fund may invest in American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are investments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares CrMSCIJnIMI UETF Gold Y Y Y Y Y Japan ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.15 5.38 4.39 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI Japan Investable Market Index (IMI), the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large, mid and small-cap sectors (i.e. companies with large, mid and small market capitalisation) within the equity market in Japan. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares CrMSCIPac xJnUETF Acc Y Y Y Y N Pacific Ex Japan ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Dual 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI Pacific ex Japan Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities issued by companies in developed market countries in the Pacific region, excluding Japan, withlarge and mid-market capitalisation, according to the MSCI size, liquidity and free float criteria. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float – adjusted market capitalisation weighted basis. Free float – adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of the company multiplied by the number of shares available to international investors. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The benchmark index is a net total return index which means that the net dividends of the constituents of the benchmark index are reinvested after the deduction of any taxes that may apply. The Fund intends to replicate the benchmark index by holding the equity securities which make up the benchmark index, in similar proportions to it. The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objectives. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares CrMSCWrldUETF A Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies in developed countries worldwide. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares CrMSCWrldUETF H Inc GBP Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies in developed countries worldwide. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares CrS&P500UCTSETF Acc Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the S&P 500 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of the 500 largest companies (i.e. companies with large market capitalisation) within the United States market, according to size, liquidity and free float criteria. Free float means thatonly shares available to international investors rather than all of a company’s issued shares are used in calculating the benchmark index. Free float – adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares available to international investors. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Fund intends to replicate the benchmark index by holding the equity securities which make up the benchmark index, in similar proportions to it. The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objectives. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares CrS&P500UCTSETF H D Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the S&P 500 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of the 500 largest companies (i.e. companies with large market capitalisation) within the United States market, according to size, liquidity and free float criteria. Free float means thatonly shares available to international investors rather than all of a company’s issued shares are used in calculating the benchmark index. Free float – adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares available to international investors. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Fund intends to replicate the benchmark index by holding the equity securities which make up the benchmark index, in similar proportions to it. The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objectives. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares Dgtl Security UCITS ETF D Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of the Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the STOXX Global Digital Security Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that so far as possible and practicable, make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of a subset of equity securities of companies within the STOXX Global Total Market Index (the “Parent Index”) which are engaged in providing cyber security focused solutions for the transmission, safeguarding and/or handling of sensitive data and/or access to data centers. To be eligible for inclusion in the Index, companies must generate at least 50% of their revenue (45% for existing constituents of the Index) from one or multiple activities related to the digital security, as determined by the index provider (the “revenue filter”). The Index aims to have a minimum number of 80 constituents at each Index rebalance however if the application of the revenue filter results in there being fewer than 80 constituents in the Index, it is progressively lowered in steps of 5%, to a minimum of 30%, until the number of constituents is equal to or greater than 80. Companies in the Index must also meet the index provider’s criteria for market capitalization and trading volume and be domiciled in an eligible country which is also determined by the index provider.
iShares Digtlstn UCITSETF Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the iSTOXX® FactSet Digitalisation Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Index. The Index reflects the performance of a subset of equity securities within the STOXX Global Total Market Index (TMI) (“Parent Index”) which derive significant revenues from the digitalisation industry. Companies included in the Index must generate at least 50% of their annual revenues from one or multiple predefined sectors relevant to the digitalisation theme, which fall under categories such as cybersecurity, cloud computing and financial technology. The Index methodology looks down through six layers of subsectors in order to provide a focused exposure to the specific theme. If a company’s aggregate revenue received from the pre-defined sectors drops below 45% it will be removed from the Index at the next rebalance. The Index may include small, mid and/or large capitalisation constituents of the Parent Index from both developed and emerging market countries globally. The Parent Index is free float market capitalisation weighted, however, each constituent of the Index is equally weighted at each Index rebalance. In order to gain exposure to certain securities in emerging markets that make up its Index, the Fund may invest in American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are investments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares DJGblSusScrdUETF Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.60 0.60 4.91 3.93 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Funds’ investments, which reflects the return of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Enlarged Index ex Alcohol, Tobacco, Gambling, Armaments &amp; Firearms and Adult Entertainment, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the Fund’s benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities (e.g. shares) that are selected to provide a representation of the global sustainability equity market. The companies that issue the equity securities are selected for the benchmark index based on long-term economic, environmental and social criteria and make up the top 20% of the largest 2,500 global sustainability companies of the Dow Jones Global Total Stock Market Index. The benchmark index is market capitalisation weighted. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares DvMkPrpYld UETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y Property ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.59 0.59 4.92 3.94 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the FTSE EPRA/Nareit Developed Dividend + Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares of listed real estate companies and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)) that make up the benchmark index. REITs are closed-ended investment vehicles that invest in, manage and own, real estate. The benchmark index measures the performance of REITs and real estate holding and development companies from developed countries world-wide which are constituents of the FTSE EPRA/Nareit Developed Index, and pay above average or a high level of income as a dividend. The benchmark index offers exposure to listed real estate companies and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) from developed countries world-wide, and includes those equity securities which have a forecasted yield of equal to, or greater than, 2%. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. The Fund does not hold physical real estate property, but invests indirectly in property-related assets (i.e. the shares of listed real estate companies and REITs). The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) for efficient portfolio management purposes (i.e. to reduce risk within the Fund’s portfolio, reduce investment costs and generate additional income).
iShares DvrsfdCmSwpUETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.19 0.19 5.34 4.35 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Commodity USD Total Return Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Index is designed to measure the performance of the return on commodity futures contracts comprised within the Bloomberg Commodity Index (BCOM) combinedwith the notional value of such futures invested at the most recent weekly auction rate for 3 Month US Treasury Bills. BCOM is designed to be a highly liquid anddiversified benchmark for commodities investments, representing energy, agriculture, industrial metals, precious metals and livestock sectors. BCOM is designed toprovide broad based exposure to commodities as an asset class, since no single commodity or commodity sector is dominant. BCOM is weighted based on theproduction of the underlying commodities (i.e. the higher the volume of production of a commodity, the higher the weighting of that commodity in the BCOM) and onthe liquidity of the futures contracts on the underlying commodities. With the exception of several metals contracts (i.e. aluminium, lead, tin, nickel and zinc) that tradeon the London Metal Exchange and the contract for Brent crude oil, each of the commodities that are available for inclusion in the Index is the subject of at least onefutures contract that trades on a US exchange. The Fund invests in financial derivative instruments (FDIs) and will in particular invest in unfunded total return swaps in order to achieve its investment objective. Aswap agreement is typically used to achieve a specified return determined by an underlying such as a return on an index. The Fund may also invest in equity securities (e.g. shares), fixed income securities (e.g. bonds) and collective investment schemes to meet its payment obligationsunder the swaps. The Fund intends to replicate the performance of the Index by gaining an indirect exposure, via FDIs, to the individual constituents of the Index.
iShares EdgeMSCIUSAMomFctrUETF 4 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI USA Momentum Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (“Benchmark Index”). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Benchmark Index. The Benchmark Index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities within the MSCI USA Index (“Parent Index”) which are selected for their recent price increases. The constituents of the Benchmark Index are selected using a strategy which identifies equity securities that have experienced price increases over the past 6 and past 12 months with the assumption that increases will continue in the future. As part of MSCI’s index methodology, equity securities within the Parent Index which may demonstrate lower price increases or have large fluctuations in price (volatility) may not form part of the Benchmark Index. The Parent Index measures the performance of large and mid-capitalisation companies in the USA. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its Benchmark Index.
iShares EdgeMSCIUSAQlyFctrUETF 4 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI USA Sector Neutral Quality Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (“Benchmark Index”). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Benchmark Index. The Benchmark Index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities within the MSCI USA Index (“Parent Index”) which are selected for their high quality. As at 1 June 2016, the Benchmark Index comprised 125 constituents. The constituents of the Benchmark Index are selected from the Parent Index based on three main equally weighted indicators of whether a company is demonstrating high quality characteristics: high percentage of company earnings allocated to shareholders; low levels of debt; and low variability of year on year company earnings. The Benchmark Index incorporates constraints on the exposure to specific economic sectors to limit significant deviations from the Parent Index. The Parent Index measures the performance of large and mid-capitalisation companies in the USA. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. As at 1 June 2016, the Parent Index comprised 624 constituents. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its Benchmark Index.
iShares EdgeMSCIUSASzFctrUETF 3 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI USA Mid-Cap Equal Weighted Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (“Benchmark Index”). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Benchmark Index. The Benchmark Index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of mid-capitalisation equity securities (e.g. shares) within the MSCI USA Index (“Parent Index”), with each security being equally weighted within the Benchmark Index. As at 1 June 2016, the Benchmark Index comprised 329 constituents. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued. The Benchmark Index includes the mid-capitalisation constituents of the Parent Index but, at each rebalance date, all index constituents are weighted equally, effectively removing the influence of each constituent’s market capitalisation. This means that, at each index rebalance, the Benchmark Index will have a larger weighting in the smaller mid-capitalisation equity securities compared to its Parent Index. The Parent Index measures the performance of large and mid-capitalisation companies in the USA. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. As at 1 June 2016, the Parent Index comprised 624 constituents. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its Benchmark Index.
iShares EdgeMSCIUSAVlFctrUETF 1 Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI USA Enhanced Value Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (“Benchmark Index”). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Benchmark Index. The Benchmark Index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities within the MSCI USA Index (“Parent Index”) which are selected for their good value. The constituents of the Benchmark Index are selected from the Parent Index based on three main equally weighted indicators of whether equity securities of a company provide good value: comparing the price of an equity to estimated future earnings of the company (based on a consensus of analysts’ views published by an industry recognised third party source); the price of an equity security relative to the book value (i.e. the value of shareholder equity on the balance sheet) of the company; and enterprise value (a measure of a company’s value, incorporating debt and equity) of a company relative to its operating cash flow (i.e. a measure of the amount of cash generated by a company’s normal business operations), save that enterprise value is not used as an indicator of good value for financial sector companies due to their capital structure. The Benchmark Index incorporates constraints on sector weights to limit significant deviations from the Parent Index. The Parent Index measures the performance of large and mid-capitalisation companies in the USA. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objectives. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares EdgMSCIWldMFtUETF GBP 5 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Momentum Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities within the MSCI World Index (“Parent Index”) which are selected for their recent price increases. The constituents of the benchmark index are selected using a strategy which identifies equity securities that have experienced price increases over the past 6 and past 12 months with the assumption that increases will continue in the future. As part of MSCI’s index methodology, equity securities within the Parent Index which may demonstrate lower price increases or have  large fluctuations in price (volatility) may not form part of the Benchmark Index. The Parent Index is designed to provide representation of the equity markets in developed countries. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EdMSCIEMMinVolUETF 4 Silver Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI Emerging Markets Minimum Volatility Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of securities within the MSCI Emerging Markets Index (“Parent Index”) with the lowest absolute volatility of returns, subject to risk diversification. The constituents of the benchmark index are selected using a minimum volatility strategy which selects securities from the Parent Index based on estimates of the risk profile and expected volatility of each constituent and the correlation between all constituents in the Parent Index. Volatility of returns measures the movements in the daily price of the constituents over a period of time. The Parent Index measures the performance of large and mid-cap sectors (i.e. companies with large and mid-market capitalisation) within the equity markets in emerging markets. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EdMSCIEurMVolUETF 4 Silver Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.25 0.25 5.27 4.29 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI Europe Minimum Volatility Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of securities within the MSCI Europe Index (“Parent Index”) with the lowest absolute volatility of returns, subject to risk diversification. The constituents of the benchmark index are selected using a minimum volatility strategy which selects securities from the Parent Index based on estimates of the risk profile and expected volatility of each constituent and the correlation between all constituents in the Parent Index. Volatility of returns measures the movements in the daily price of the constituents over a period of time. The Parent Index measures the performance of large and mid market capitalisation companies in 16 developed equity markets in Europe. The Parent Index is free-floated adjusted market capitalisation index. Free float-adjusted means that only shares available to international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used in calculating the benchmark index. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EdMSCIWdVlFctUCTETF D 1 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Enhanced Value Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities within the MSCI World Index (“Parent Index”) which are selected for their good value. The constituents of the Benchmark Index are selected from the Parent Index based on three main equally weighted indicators of whether equity securities of a company provide good value: comparing the price of an equity to estimated future earnings of the company (based on a consensus of analysts’ views published by an industry recognised third party source); the price of an equity security relative to the book value (i.e. the value of shareholder equity on the balance sheet) of the company; and enterprise value (a measure of a company’s value, incorporating debt and equity) of a company relative to its operating cash flow (i.e. a measure of the amount of cash generated by a company’s normal business operations), save that enterprise value is not used as an indicator of good value for financial sector companies due to their capital structure. The Benchmark index incorporates constraints on sector weights to limit significant deviations from the Parent Index. The Parent Index is designed to provide representation of the equity markets in developed countries. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EdMSCIWdVlFctUCTETF GBP 1 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Enhanced Value Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities within the MSCI World Index (“Parent Index”) which are selected for their good value. The constituents of the Benchmark Index are selected from the Parent Index based on three main equally weighted indicators of whether equity securities of a company provide good value: comparing the price of an equity to estimated future earnings of the company (based on a consensus of analysts’ views published by an industry recognised third party source); the price of an equity security relative to the book value (i.e. the value of shareholder equity on the balance sheet) of the company; and enterprise value (a measure of a company’s value, incorporating debt and equity) of a company relative to its operating cash flow (i.e. a measure of the amount of cash generated by a company’s normal business operations), save that enterprise value is not used as an indicator of good value for financial sector companies due to their capital structure. The Benchmark index incorporates constraints on sector weights to limit significant deviations from the Parent Index. The Parent Index is designed to provide representation of the equity markets in developed countries. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EdMSCIWldMinVolUETF H 4 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Minimum Volatility Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of securities within the MSCI World Index (“Parent Index”) with the lowest absolute volatility of returns, subject to risk diversification. The constituents of the benchmark index are selected using a minimum volatility strategy which selects securities from the Parent Index based on estimates of the risk profile and expected volatility of each constituent and the correlation between all constituents in the Parent Index. Volatility of returns measures the movements in the daily price of the constituents over a period of time. The Parent Index measures the performance of equity markets in developed countries worldwide. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EdS&P500MVlUE 3 Gold Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Dual 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the S&P 500 Minimum Volatility Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of securities within the S&P 500 Index (“Parent Index”) with the lowest absolute volatility of returns, subject to risk diversification. The constituents of the benchmark index are selected using a minimum volatility strategy which selects securities from the Parent Index based on estimates of the risk profile and expected volatility of each constituent and the correlation between all constituents in the Parent Index. Volatility of returns measures the movements in the daily price of the constituents over a period of time. The Parent Index measures the performance of the large-cap sector (i.e. companies with large market capitalisation) within the United States market. As the Parent Index includes a significant portion of the total value of the market, it also represents the market. Companies in the Parent Index are considered leading companies in leading industries. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EgdMSCIWldSzFtUCETF GBP 2 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Mid-Cap Equal Weighted Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of mid capitalisation equity securities (e.g. shares) within the MSCI World Index (“Parent Index”), with each security being equally weighted within the benchmark index. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued. The Benchmark Index includes the mid capitalisation constituents of the Parent Index but, at each rebalance date, all index constituents are weighted equally, effectively removing the influence of each constituent’s current share price (high or low). This means that, at each index rebalance, the Benchmark Index will have a larger weighting in the smaller mid capitalisation equity securities compared to its Parent Index. The Parent Index is designed to provide representation of the equity markets in developed countries. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EgdMSCIWQtFtUETF GBP 4 Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.30 0.30 5.22 4.24 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Sector Neutral Quality Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities within the MSCI World Index (“Parent Index”) which are selected for their high quality. The constituents of the Benchmark Index are selected from the Parent Index based on three main equally weighted indicators of whether a company is demonstrating high quality characteristics: high percentage of company earnings allocated to shareholders; low levels of debt; and low variability of year on year company earnings. The Benchmark index incorporates constraints on the exposure to specific economic sectors to limit significant deviations from the Parent Index. The Parent Index is designed to provide representation of the equity markets in developed countries. Companies are included in the Parent Index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares EgMSCIUSAMlUCITSETF A 2 Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.35 0.35 5.17 4.19 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI USA Diversified Multiple-Factor Index, the Fund’s benchmark index ("Index"). The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Index. The Index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities (e.g. shares) within the MSCI USA Index (“Parent Index”), which are selected and weighted on account of their relatively high aggregate exposure to four ‘style’ factors when compared to other securities within the Parent Index: Value (i.e. companies are rated based on their cheapness or expensiveness relative to other companies in the same sector); Momentum (i.e. companies are assigned a score based upon the share price performance in the previous months relative to other companies in the universe. Companies with better performance receive a better score); Size (i.e. companies are assigned a score based on their market capitalisation. Companies with lower market capitalisation receive a higher score); and Quality (i.e. companies are assigned a score based on the quality of their characteristics, such as profitability of the company, the stability of its earnings and low levels of leverage/debt). The constituents of the Index are selected from the Parent Index using the index providers risk model (the “Model”). The Model applies an optimisation process to the constituents of the Parent Index to select constituents so as to maximise exposure to the four ‘style’ factors while maintaining a total risk profile similar to that of the Parent Index. The optimisation process aims to weight constituents in the Index with a higher overall score representative of the exposures to the four ‘style’ factors. The Parent Index represents large and mid capitalisation companies across the equity markets in the United States which comply with MSCI’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The Index rebalances on a quarterly basis to take into account the deletions from the Parent Index and, at alternate rebalances, the Model is applied to the Parent Index to update the Index (i.e. on a semi-annual basis).
iShares EltrcVeh&DrvTechUCTS A Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund's assets, which reflects the return of the STOXX Global Electric Vehicles and Driving Technology Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (“Index”). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of a subset of equity securities within the STOXX Global Total Market Index (TMI) (the “Parent Index”). Companies included in the Index are exposed to electric vehicles and assisted-driving technologies, including companies involved in the manufacturing of electric and autonomous vehicles, battery suppliers for electric vehicles, and other suppliers in the electric and autonomous vehicles manufacturers’ supply chain, as determined by the index provider. To be eligible for inclusion of the Index, such companies must (i) have a 3-month median daily traded volume greater than €1 million (EUR); (ii) have a free float market capitalisation greater than €200 million (EUR); (iii) generate at least 50% of their revenue (45% for existing constituents of the Index) from one or more of the following sectors: Electronic Vehicle Manufacturers, Electronic Vehicle Battery Suppliers and/or an Electronic Vehicle Manufacturers’ Supply Chain, as determined by the index provider (the "Revenue Filter”); and (iv) be domiciled in an eligible country, also determined by the index provider. The Index may include small, mid and/or large capitalisation constituents of the Parent Index from both developed and emerging market countries globally. The Parent Index is free float market capitalisation weighted, however, each constituent of the Index is equally weighted at each Index rebalance. This means that, at each index rebalance, the Index will have a larger weighting in smaller and mid-capitalisation securities compared to its Parent Index. The Index rebalances on an annual basis. The Index aims to have a minimum number of 80 constituents at the time of each rebalancing but if the application of the Revenue Filter results in this number falling below 80, the Revenue Filter is progressively lowered, in accordance with the index provider’s methodology, until the number of Index constituents is equal to or greater than 80.
iShares EM Div UETF Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.65 0.65 4.85 3.87 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Dow Jones Emerging Markets Select Dividend Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of 100 leading stocks by dividend yield of companies in emerging markets that meet specific criteria. The only companies included in the Index are those from the Dow Jones Emerging Markets Total Stock Market Specialty Index that, at the time of inclusion, have paid a dividend in each of the past three years, indicated annual dividends greater than 0%, have reported no negative earnings per share in the last 12 months and meet the criteria for trading volume and market capitalisation. The Index eligibility criteria may be subject to change over time. The Index is weighted according to indicated annual dividends, with a maximum of 30 companies per country and each country’s weighting is restricted to 25% of the Index at the time of the annual rebalance. In order to gain exposure to certain securities in emerging markets that make up its Index, the Fund may invest in American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are investments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares EmgMktsInfraUETF Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.74 0.74 4.76 3.78 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the S&P Emerging Market Infrastructure Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of 30 of the largest listed infrastructure companies in emerging markets worldwide that meet specific investability requirements. The benchmark index is designed to provide liquid exposure to the leading publicly listed emerging market companies in the infrastructure industry namely, from the transportation, energy and utility sectors as defined by the Global Industry Classification Standards (GICS), which are incorporated in emerging markets or derive their revenues from emerging markets operations. The benchmark index is weighted by market capitalisation. Liquid means that the equity securities that make up the benchmark index can be easily bought and sold in the market in normal market conditions. In order to gain exposure to certain securities in emerging markets that make up its benchmark index, the Fund may invest in American Depository Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are investments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares EMSCIWMlftrUETF A 3 Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.50 0.50 5.01 4.03 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the MSCI World Diversified Multiple-Factor Index, the Fund’s benchmark index ("Index"). The Share Class, via the Fund, invests in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the Index. The Index aims to reflect the performance characteristics of a subset of equity securities (e.g. shares) within the MSCI World Index (“Parent Index”), which are selected and weighted on account of their relatively high aggregate exposure to four ‘style’ factors when compared to other securities within the Parent Index: Value (i.e. companies are rated based on their cheapness or expensiveness relative to other companies in the same sector); Momentum (i.e. companies are assigned a score based upon the share price performance in the previous months relative to other companies in the universe. Companies with better performance receive a better score); Size (i.e. companies are assigned a score based on their market capitalisation. Companies with lower market capitalisation receive a higher score); and Quality (i.e. companies are assigned a score based on the quality of their characteristics, such as profitability of the company, the stability of its earnings and low levels of leverage/debt). The constituents of the Index are selected from the Parent Index using the index providers risk model (the “Model”). The Model applies an optimisation process to the constituents of the Parent Index to select constituents so as to maximise exposure to the four ‘style’ factors while maintaining a total risk profile similar to that of the Parent Index. The optimisation process aims to weight constituents in the Index with a higher overall score representative of the exposures to the four ‘style’ factors. The Parent Index represents large and mid capitalisation companies in developed countries which comply with MSCI’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The Index rebalances on a quarterly basis to take into account the deletions from the Parent Index and, at alternate rebalances, the Model is applied to the Parent Index to update the Index (i.e. on a semi-annual basis).
iShares ErGvBd15-30UETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Government Bond 30 Year Term Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro denominated government bonds issued by member states of the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). The bonds will have a maturity at issue (i.e. the time from issue until which they become due for repayment) of between 19 and 33 years with 15 and 30 years remaining at the latest rebalance date and a minimum amount outstanding of €2 billion. The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares Erpn Prp yId UETF Neutral Y Y Y Y Y Property ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the FTSE EPRA/Nareit Developed Europe ex UK Dividend + Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the Fund's benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities of listed real estate companies and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) which are constituents of the FTSE EPRA/Nareit Developed Europe ex-UK Index and which are expected to pay higher dividends than other securities within the latter index. The FTSE EPRA/Nareit Developed Europe ex-UK Index provides exposure to listed real estate companies and REITs in developed European markets, excluding the United Kingdom. The benchmark index selects equity securities that have a forecasted dividend yield of equal or greater than 2%. The Fund does not hold physical real estate property, but invests in property related securities.
iShares EUR CvBd UETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Markit iBoxx Euro Covered Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro-denominated covered bonds which comply with or are structured according to specific regulatory requirements and the Index is weighted by market capitalisation. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. The bonds must have at least one year remaining to maturity (i.e. the time until they are due for repayment) and a minimum issue size of €500million. Covered bonds are FI securities that are guaranteed by an equal amount of cash. The bonds will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares Eur GvBd1-3UETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) government bonds. The Fund aims to produce a return on your investment which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Government Bond 1-3 Year Term Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro denominated government bonds issued by EMU member states that have recently been issued and have a minimum calculated life of one to three years. The bonds will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). Only bonds with a minimum amount outstanding of €2 billion are included in the Index. The bonds will be denominated in Euro and will pay principal in Euro. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to the Index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares EurCBExFinUETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Corporate ex-Financials Bond Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro-denominated, investment grade FI securities which pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and are issued by industrial and utility companies but excludes financial issuers. These have at least one year remaining until maturity (i.e. the time until they become due for repayment) at the rebalancing date on which they are included in the Index and a minimum amount outstanding of €300 million. The FI securities will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares EurCBxFn1-5UETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Corporate ex Financials 1-5 Year Bond Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro-denominated, investment grade FI securities which pay income according to a fixed rate of interest and are issued by industrial and utility companies but excludes financial issuers. These have at least one to five years remaining until maturity (i.e. the time until they become due for repayment) at the rebalancing date on which they are included in the Index and a minimum amount outstanding of €300 million. The FI securities will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares EurGovB20yTgtDtnUCTETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.15 5.38 4.39 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Markit iBoxx EUR Eurozone 20yr Target Duration Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold these until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell the position. The Index is designed to provide a representation of FI securities that provide an aggregate duration of around 20 years, i.e. between 19 and 21 years on every monthly rebalancing. Duration reflects the time it takes for the price of a bond at a particular point in time to be repaid by the payments made by the bond (e.g. the coupon and/or final payment) to the investor. The duration of a bond will be affected by changes in yields, for instance, when yields increase duration typically decreases and vice versa. Accordingly, the higher the duration of a bond, the higher its sensitivity to a change in interest rates. As interest rates change, the price of a bond and its duration will change. The eligible bonds for the Benchmark Index are selected from the Markit iBoxx EUR Eurozone 15+ Index, which comprises fixed rate and zero coupon bonds maturing 15 years or more in the future and issued by a central government of a member of the Eurozone and denominated in Euro or in a pre-Euro currency. Only bonds that have a minimum rating of AA- or better by Fitch, Moody’s and Standard &amp; Poor’s Ratings Services are eligible for inclusion in the Benchmark Index. The Benchmark Index is always comprised of bonds from at least six different issues and the weight of each individual issue is capped at 30%. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities. These may also include the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). FDIs may also be used for direct investment purposes. The Fund may also engage in short term secured lending of its investments to certain eligible third parties. This is used as a means of generating additional income and to off-set the costs of the Fund. Your shares will be distributing shares (i.e. income will be paid on the shares annually).
iShares EurGtBd10-15UETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Government Bond 10-15 yr Term Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro denominated government bonds that have recently been issued or guaranteed by member states of the Economic andMonetary Union of the European Union or public international bodies and with a minimum amount outstanding of €2 billion. These have a 10-15 year maturity (i.e. thetime until they are due for repayment). The bonds will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, be investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness). The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares EurGvBd3-5UETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Government Bond 5 Year Term Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro denominated government bonds issued by member states of the European Economic and Monetary Union. The bonds will have been recently issued and have remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until which they become due for repayment) of between 3 and 5 yearsand a minimum amount outstanding of €2 billion. The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares EurGvBd7-10UETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Government Bond 10 Year Term Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds) that make up the Index and comply with its credit rating requirements. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are downgraded, the Fund may continue to hold them until they cease to form part of the Index and it is practicable to sell them. The Index measures the performance of Euro denominated government bonds issued by member states of the European Economic and Monetary UnionThe bonds will have been recently issued and have remaining maturity (i.e. the time from issue until which they become due for repayment) of between 7 and 10 years and a minimum amount outstanding of €2 billion. The Index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the market value of the outstanding bond issuance. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares EURSTOXMdUETF Neutral Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.40 0.40 5.12 4.13 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the EURO STOXX® Mid Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities issued by companies in the Eurozone which have mid-market capitalisation and comply with the screening, liquidity and free float criteria. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. These may also include the use of financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets). The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objective. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares EURSTX50UETF Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund aims to achieve a return on your investment, through a combination of capital growth and income on the Fund’s assets, which reflects the return of the EURO STOXX® 50 Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Fund aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities of 50 listed European companies that are market sector leaders in the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union. The benchmark index is weighted by free float market capitalisation and the weighting of each component is capped at 10%. Free float-adjusted means that only shares available to international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used in calculating the benchmark index. The investment manager may use financial derivative instruments (FDIs) (i.e. investments the prices of which are based on one or more underlying assets) to help achieve the Fund’s investment objective.