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iShares FlnAglsHYCpBnUETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.50 0.50 5.01 4.03 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 Global Corporate ex EM Fallen Angels 3% Issuer Capped 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 rating of a FI security is downgraded or upgraded such that it is no longer eligible for inclusion in the Index, the Fund may continue to hold it until it ceases to form part of the Index (where applicable) and it is practicable to sell it. The Index measures the performance of fixed and floating rate, sub investment grade bonds, issued by corporate issuers in developed markets. The bonds will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, have a rating of between BB+ and B- (inclusive) or equivalent as provided by at least one of three credit rating agencies: S&P, Moody’s and/orFitch. The Index will use one rating where only one rating is available, the lowest rating where two ratings are available and middle rating where three ratings are available. The Index currently includes sub investment grade corporate bonds denominated in US Dollar, Euro, Sterling, Swiss Franc, Danish Krone, Norwegian Krone and SwedishKrona. The bonds included in the Index, will be bonds that at one point in their trading history were investment grade and have since been downgraded to sub-investment grade according to the methodology used by the index provider. Such bonds may not necessarily have been investment grade at issue but would have been subject to atleast one downgrade event, to sub-investment grade, at the time of their inclusion in the Index. Such bonds may be referred to as “Fallen Angels”. The bonds must have a minimum time to maturity of 1 year. The Benchmark Index is market-value weighted with an issuer cap of 3%. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities which provide similar performance (with matching risk profile) to certain constituent securities.
iShares FTSE 250 UETF Negative Y Y Y Y Y UK Equity 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 250 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 next 250 largest UK companies after the largest companies comprising the FTSE 100 index.
iShares GbAAA-AAGBdUETF 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 Global Government AAA-AA Capped Bond 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 the position. The Index measures the performance of local currency bonds issued by governments of developed countries worldwide. The bonds will have a minimum average credit rating of Aa3 by Moody’s, AA- by S&P and/or AA- by Fitch, the leading credit rating agencies. Such a credit rating is considered to be a high credit rating (which indicates that a particular government has a relatively high level of creditworthiness). The average is determined by using the middle rating of the credit rating agencies after dropping the highest and lowest available ratings. When ratings from only two credit rating agencies are available, the lower (more conservative) is used. When a rating from only one agency is available, that is used to determine index eligibility. The bonds will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest. The maximum market value weight in the Index for a country with government debt rated AAA (or its equivalent) is capped at 20% of the Index, while a country with government debt rated AA (or its equivalent) is capped at 10%. Any market value weight in excess of the relevant cap is redistributed pro rata among the government debt issues of the remaining countries in the Index, subject to the above caps. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities, including government bonds, which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares Gbl Cln Engy UETF Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 S&P Global Clean Energy 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 approximately 30 of the largest, publicly traded companies within the global clean energy business that meet specific investability requirements. The benchmark index is designed to provide exposure to the leading publicly listed companies in the global clean energy business, from both developed and emerging markets. Liquid means that the equity securities that make up the benchmark index can be easily be bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The benchmark index comprises a diversified mix of clean energy production and clean energy equipment & technology companies. The benchmark index is weighted by market capitalisation.
iShares Gbl HiYldCpBdUETF 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 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 Global Developed Markets Liquid High Yield Capped 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 upgraded to investment grade or downgraded to default grade or credit ratings are withdrawn, 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 global developed corporate high yield debt market.The Index is market-value weighted with a 3% issuer cap and a 10% cap for both 144A bonds without registration rights or with a registration period greater than one year and issues of securities pursuant to Regulation S of the US Securities Act 1933 that are not listed on a regulated market. The maximum original time to maturity for bonds within the Index is 15 years, and the minimum time to maturity is 1.5 years for new bonds to be included. All bonds must have a minimum maturity of 1 year to remain in the Index and be rated by at least one of three rating services: Fitch Ratings, Moody's Investors Service, or Standard & Poor's Rating Services. The Index currently includes sub-investment grade corporate bonds denominated in US Dollar, Euro, Sterling and Canadian dollar (these may include securities with a relatively low credit rating or which are unrated). 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 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 Gbl HiYldCpBdUETF H D Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.55 0.55 4.96 3.98 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 Markit iBoxx Global Developed Markets Liquid High Yield Capped 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 upgraded to investment grade or downgraded to default grade or credit ratings are withdrawn, 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 global developed corporate high yield debt market.The Index is market-value weighted with a 3% issuer cap and a 10% cap for both 144A bonds without registration rights or with a registration period greater than one year and issues of securities pursuant to Regulation S of the US Securities Act 1933 that are not listed on a regulated market. The maximum original time to maturity for bonds within the Index is 15 years, and the minimum time to maturity is 1.5 years for new bonds to be included. All bonds must have a minimum maturity of 1 year to remain in the Index and be rated by at least one of three rating services: Fitch Ratings, Moody's Investors Service, or Standard & Poor's Rating Services. The Index currently includes sub-investment grade corporate bonds denominated in US Dollar, Euro, Sterling and Canadian dollar (these may include securities with a relatively low credit rating or which are unrated). 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 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 Gbl Infrst UETF Bronze Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 FTSE Global Core 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 Index. The benchmark index measures the performance of companies that meet the index provider’s eligibility requirements within three core infrastructure sectors: transportation, energy and telecommunications. For companies to be included in the benchmark index, at least 65% of their revenues must be attributable to infrastructure-related activities as determined by the index provider. The benchmark index is market capitalisation-weighted and rebalances on a semi-annual basis. In addition to the semi-annual reviews, there will be two additional quarterly reviews which will consider changes to the shares in issue and free float of current constituents, as well as changes to the underlying index universe. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued.
iShares GblCorBdUETF 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 Global Aggregate Corporate Bond 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 the global corporate debt market. The Index is comprised of bonds issued by corporations in emerging and developed markets worldwide, with a minimum maturity of at least one year and in accordance with minimum size thresholds set by the index provider. 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. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities, including government bonds, which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares GblCorBdUETF H I Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.25 0.25 5.27 4.29 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 Global Aggregate Corporate Bond 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 the global corporate debt market. The Index is comprised of bonds issued by corporations in emerging and developed markets worldwide, with a minimum maturity of at least one year and in accordance with minimum size thresholds set by the index provider. 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. These may include the strategic selection of certain securities that make up the Index or other FI securities, including government bonds, which provide similar performance to certain constituent securities.
iShares GblGvtBdUCITETF 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 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 Group-of-Seven (G7) Government 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 bonds issued or guaranteed by governments in the G7 countries. These bonds will have at least one year remaining until maturity (i.e. the time until which they become 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). 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 GblGvtBdUCITETF H I Bronze Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.25 0.25 5.27 4.29 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 FTSE Group-of-Seven (G7) Government 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 bonds issued or guaranteed by governments in the G7 countries. These bonds will have at least one year remaining until maturity (i.e. the time until which they become 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). 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 GblHiYld CrpBd H GBP Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.55 0.55 4.96 3.98 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 Markit iBoxx Global Developed Markets Liquid High Yield Capped (GBP Hedged) Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). 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, as well as FX forward contracts that, so far as possible and practicable, track the hedging methodology of the Index. If the credit ratings of the FI securities are upgraded to investment grade or downgraded to default grade or credit ratings are withdrawn, 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 provides a return on the Markit iBoxx Global Developed Markets Liquid High Yield Capped index (Parent Index) which measures the performance of the global developed corporate high yield liquid debt market. The bonds will, at the time of inclusion in the Index, include sub-investment grade (i.e. have an average rating below investment grade) bonds rated by at least one of three rating services: Fitch Ratings, Moody’s Investors Service, or Standard & Poor’s Rating Services. The Parent Index is market-value weighted with a 3% issuer cap, a 10% cap for both 144A bonds without registration rights or with a registration period greater than one year and issues of Regulation that are not listed on a regulated market. 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. Apart from foreign currency hedging purposes,
iShares GblInflLkdBdUCTS Bronze Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest 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 Bloomberg Barclays World 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 inflation-linked fixed income (FI) securities (such as bonds and other debt securities which pay income which is linked to a rate of inflation) 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 major government domestic inflation-linked bond markets. The bonds will be capital-indexed and linked to a commonly used domestic inflation index with a minimum remaining time to maturity of one year. Capital-indexed means that the principal amount is adjusted to match changes in a price index. The bonds will pay income according to a real fixed rate of interest or no income and will be issued in the domestic currency of the relevant country. They 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 GblTmbr&Frsty UETF Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 S&P Global Timber & Forestry 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 25 of the largest, global publicly traded companies that are engaged in the global timber and forestry industry. These companies may be forest products companies, timber Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), paper products companies, paper packaging companies, or agricultural product companies. REITs are closed-ended investment vehicles that invest in, manage and own, real estate. The benchmark index is weighted by market capitalisation.
iShares Global Water UETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 S&P Global Water 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 50 of the largest, global publicly traded companies in water-related businesses that meet specific investability requirements. The benchmark index is designed to provide liquid exposure to the leading publicly listed companies in the global water industry, from both developed markets and emerging markets. Liquid means that the equity securities that make up the benchmark index can be easily be bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The benchmark index is weighted by market capitalisation.
iShares Gold ProducsUETF Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.55 0.55 4.96 3.98 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 Commodity Producers Gold 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 the exploration and production of gold and gold related products from around the world. The benchmark index includes only companies within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) classification of Gold 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 excludes 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 HlthcInnvtnUCITSETF 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 Breakthrough Healthcare 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 healthcare innovation. Companies included in the Index must generate at least 50% of their annual revenues from one or multiple predefined sectors relevant to the healthcare innovation theme, which fall under categories such as generic drugs, immunotherapy (e.g. stem cell treatment) and healthcare IT. 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 iShMSCIEMAsiaUETF NGBP Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan 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 which reflects the return of the MSCI EM Asia Index Net USD, 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 of certain emerging market countries in Asia which comply with MSCI's 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 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 uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares JPM$EMBdUETF Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.45 0.45 5.06 4.08 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 J.P. Morgan EMBI Global Core 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 actively traded US Dollar denominated FI securities in emerging market countries. The Index offers exposure to US Dollar denominated sovereign and quasi-sovereign entities from emerging markets countries. Quasi-sovereign entities are entities, the securities of which are either 100% owned by their respective governments or subject to a 100% guarantee that does not rise to the level constituting the full faith and credit by such governments. Only FI securities with a minimum remaining time to maturity (i.e. the time until they become due for repayment) of two years and a minimum amount outstanding of USD 1 billion are included in the Index. The FI securities in the Index include investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness), sub-investment grade securities (i.e. have a relatively low credit rating credit or are unrated but deemed to be of comparable quality with sub-investment grade FI securities) or securities in default. 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. Your shares will be distributing shares (i.e. income will be paid on the shares monthly).
iShares JPM$EMBdUETF H I Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.50 0.50 5.01 4.03 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’ investments, which reflects the return of the J.P. Morgan EMBI Global Core 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 actively traded US Dollar denominated FI securities in emerging market countries. The Index offers exposure to US Dollar denominated sovereign and quasi-sovereign entities from emerging markets countries. Quasi-sovereign entities are entities, the securities of which are either 100% owned by their respective governments or subject to a 100% guarantee that does not rise to the level constituting the full faith and credit by such governments. Only FI securities with a minimum remaining time to maturity (i.e. the time until they become due for repayment) of two years and a minimum amount outstanding of USD 1 billion are included in the Index. The FI securities in the Index include investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of creditworthiness), sub-investment grade securities (i.e. have a relatively low credit rating credit or are unrated but deemed to be of comparable quality with sub-investment grade FI securities) or securities in default. 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. Your shares will be distributing shares (i.e. income will be paid on the shares monthly).
iShares JPMEMLclGvBdUETF 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 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 J. P. Morgan GBI - EM Global Diversified 10% Cap 1% Floor, 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. These may include securities with a relatively low credit rating or which are unrated. The Index measures the performance of local currency denominated FI securities, selected to provide a broad representation of the local currency emerging marketsgovernment debt market. Exposure to a single country is limited to a minimum of 1% and a maximum of 10%. The Index does not apply a minimum credit rating requirement to its constituents. To be included in the Index, each bond must (i) have a minimum amount outstanding of either $1 billion (for local issues) or $500 million (for global issues), and (ii) have an original term to maturity (i.e. the time until they become due for repayment) of greater than 13 months in accordance with the index criteria for each eligible country. 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 Listed Pvt Eq UETF Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.75 0.75 4.75 3.77 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 Listed Private Equity 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 large, liquid, and listed private equity companies from developed markets. They meet size, liquidity, exposure and business activity requirements set by the Index provider. Private equity companies invest directly into or buy out private companies. Holdings in Master Limited Partnerships in the Index are capped at 20%. Equity securities that are liquid means that they can be easily be bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Index is designed to provide tradable exposure to the leading publicly-listed private equity companies. The Index is weighted by market capitalisation. The Fund intends to replicate the Index by holding the equity securities, which make up the Index, in similar proportions to it.
iShares MSCI ACFEJpSCUETF Y Y Y Y Y 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 MSCI AC Far East ex-Japan SmallCap 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 companies across developed and emerging markets countries (excluding Japan) in the Far East, that have small market capitalisation. 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 MSCI ACWI UETF 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 All Countries World Index Net USD, 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 MSCI All Countries World Index Net USD. The benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies across developed and emerging markets. 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 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. 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 MSCI Aus UETF Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan 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 Australia 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 listed in Australia which meet MSCI’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares MSCI BrazilUETFInc 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 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 MSCI Brazil 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 Fund’s benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies in Brazil. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis and MSCI’s size and liquidity criteria. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. 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 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.
iShares MSCI China A UCITS ETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan 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 China A Inclusion 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 China A Shares issued by large capitalisation companies that are incorporated in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) that are included in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index and are accessible through Stock Connect. The Index excludes mid-capitalisation and small-capitalisation China A Shares, China A Shares suspended for trading for more than 50 days in the past 12 months and China A Shares that are not accessible through Stock Connect. Stock Connect is a cross border investment channel between the Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges. In addition, the China A Shares must comply with the index provider’s liquidity, investability and replicability criteria. However, the Index is expected to evolve over time to include China A Shares issued by mid-capitalisation companies at some point in the future. The Index is calculated using China A Stock Connect listings based on the offshore Renminbi exchange rate (CNH). The Index is a free-float adjusted market capitalisation-weighted. Free float-adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares readily available in the market. 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) (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 MSCI EM SmCpUETF 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 MSCI Emerging Markets Small Cap 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 listed companies with a small market capitalisation in emerging markets. 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. 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/or Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are instruments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares MSCI EM UETFA Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.18 0.18 5.35 4.36 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 MSCI Emerging Markets 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 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 benchmark index based on the proportion of their shares in issue that are available for purchase by international investors. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares available to international investors. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. The use of FDIs is expected to be limited. 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/or Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs). ADRs and GDRs are instruments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares MSCI EM UETFI Neutral Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.18 0.18 5.35 4.36 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 MSCI Emerging Markets 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 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 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 use of FDIs is expected to be limited. 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 MSCI EMLAUETFInc 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 MSCI EM Latin America 10/40 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 listed large and mid capitalisation companies in emerging Latin American markets subject to MSCI’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued. The benchmark index will be weighted and rebalanced in accordance with MSCI’s 10/40 Index Methodology. The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares MSCI Erp ESG Enhcd UCTS GBP Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.12 0.12 5.41 4.42 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of European companies that screens out controversial business areas and gives greater weighting to companies with higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores.
iShares MSCI Eur SRI UCITS ETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK 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 Funds’ investments, which reflects the return of the MSCI Europe SRI Index, 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) issued by companies with higher environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) ratings than other sector peers within the MSCI Europe Index, based on a series of exclusionary and ratings based criteria. First, companies are excluded if they are identified by the index provider with any tie to controversial weapons as well as manufacturers or producers of nuclear weapons, civilian firearms or tobacco, or if their involvement in the following activities exceed thresholds set by the index provider for: alcohol, gambling, tobacco, civilian firearm distributors, nuclear power, adult entertainment, thermal coal, genetically modified organisms and military weapons, and/or military weapon support systems and services. The remaining companies are rated by the index provider based on their ability to manage their ESG risks and opportunities and are given a rating which determines their eligibility for inclusion. Companies which are identified as being involved in very serious controversies that have an ESG impact on their operations and/or products and services are excluded. The benchmark index targets 25% cumulative coverage of the free float adjusted market capitalisation for each Global Industry Classification Standard (“GICS”) sector within the MSCI Europe Index, subject to each sector having sufficient eligible companies for inclusion. Constituents are weighted based on theirfree float adjusted market capitalisation. 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. Free float-adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of the company multiplied by the number of shares available tointernational investors. 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 MSCI EurpxUKUETF 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 MSCI Europe ex-UK 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 across developed market countries in Europe, excluding the United Kingdom, which comply with MSCI’s 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 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 FDIs to help achieve the Fund’s investment objective. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes.
iShares MSCI Ind UCITS ETF Acc GBP Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.65 0.65 4.85 3.87 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 India Index Net USD, 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 large and mid capitalisation stocks of the Indian market, which are subject to MSCI’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The Index is a free float-adjusted market capitalisation weight index and rebalances on a quarterly basis. Free float-adjusted means that only shares readily available in the market rather than all of a company’s issued shares are used in calculating the Index. Free float-adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares readily available in the market. 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 Index by holding the equity securities, which make up the 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 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 MSCI Jap U ETF Acc Y Y Y Y Y Japan ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.48 0.48 5.03 4.05 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 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 large and mid-market capitalisation companies within the equity market in Japan which comply with MSCI's 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 means that only shares available to international investors rather than all of a company’s issues shares are used in calculating the benchmark index. 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 MSCI Japn UETFI Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Japan ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.59 0.59 4.92 3.94 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 MSCI Japan 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 large and mid-cap sectors (i.e. companies with large and mid-market capitalisation) within the equity market in Japan, 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 investment manager may use FDIs to help achieve the Fund’s investment objective.
iShares MSCI Jpn HgUETF Y Y Y Y Y Japan ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.64 0.64 4.87 3.89 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 on the MSCI Japan 100% Hedged to GBP Net TR Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Index provides a return on the MSCI Japan TR Index which measures the performance of leading equity securities (e.g. shares) listed in Japan. The Index also uses one month foreign exchange (FX) forward contracts to hedge each non-Sterling currency in the Index back to Sterling in accordance with the MSCI Hedged Indices methodology. Hedging reduces the effect of fluctuations in the exchange rates between the currencies of the equity securities that make up the Index and Sterling, the base currency of the Fund. The Fund aims to invest in equity securities that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the MSCI Japan TR Index, as well as FX forward contracts that, so far as possible and practicable, track the hedging methodology of the Index.
iShares MSCI Korea UETFInc 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 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 MSCI Korea 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 Fund's benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies in Korea. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis and MSCI’s size and liquidity criteria. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares available. 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. The use of FDIs is expected to be limited. In order to gain exposure to certain securities 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 MSCI MexCap UETF NGBP Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Acc 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 which reflects the return of the MSCI Mexico Capped Index Net USD, 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 in the Mexican equity market which comply with MSCI's 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 issued 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 caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the benchmark index is capped at 30% and the remaining group entities at 20%.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 MSCI NA UCITS ETF Bronze Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 MSCI North America 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 Canada and the United States. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis and MSCI’s size and liquidity 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.
iShares MSCI TaiwanUETF 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 MSCI Taiwan Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. The Share Class, via the Fund, aims to invest so far as possible and practicable in a portfolio of equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the Fund's benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies in Taiwan. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis, and MSCI’s size and liquidity criteria. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. In order to gain exposure to certain securities 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 MSCI Turkey UETF Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK 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 MSCI Turkey 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 Fund’s benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies in Turkey.
iShares MSCI UK SC UETF Y Y Y Y N UK Equity ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.58 0.58 4.93 3.95 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment which reflects the return of the MSCI UK Small Cap 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 offers exposure to equity securities issued by smaller companies in the United Kingdom with small market capitalisation, according to the MSCI size, liquidity and free float criteria. The benchmark index is a free float – adjusted market capitalisation weighted 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. 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 uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index.
iShares MSCI US SC UETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.43 0.43 5.08 4.10 Dual 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Share Class is a share class of a Fund which aims to achieve a return on your investment which reflects the return of the MSCI USA Small Cap 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 United States with small market capitalisation according to the MSCI size, liquidity and free float criteria. The benchmark index is a free float-adjusted market capitalisation weighted 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. 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.
iShares MSCI USA ESG Scrnd UCTF A Gold Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
Objective: The fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of U.S. companies screened for exposure to thermal coal, controversial weapons, tobacco, and other controversial industries.
iShares MSCI Wld ESG Enhcd UCTS A 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 fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of developed market companies that screens out controversial business areas and gives greater weighting to companies with higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores.
iShares MSCI Wld ESG Enhcd UCTS I Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of developed market companies that screens out controversial business areas and gives greater weighting to companies with higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores.
iShares MSCI Wld H UETF Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.55 0.55 4.96 3.98 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 MSCI World 100% Hedged to GBP Index Net, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Index provides a return on the MSCI World Total Return Index which measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation equity securities in developed countries worldwide. The Index also uses one month foreign exchange (FX) forward contracts to hedge each non-Sterling currency in the Index back to Sterling in accordance with the MSCI Hedged Indices methodology. Hedging reduces the effect of fluctuations in the exchange rates between the currencies of the equity securities that make up the Index and Sterling, the base currency of the Fund. The Fund aims to invest in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the MSCI World Total Return Index, as well as FX forward contracts that, so far as possible and practicable, track the hedging methodology of the Index.
iShares MSCIACFEstxJpUETF 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 MSCI AC Far East 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 Fund's benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies across developed and emerging markets countries in the Far East, excluding Japan. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis, and MSCI’s size and liquidity 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. 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 MSCIEMESGEnhcdUCTF A Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.18 0.18 5.35 4.36 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of emerging markets companies that screens out controversial business areas and gives greater weighting to companies with higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores.
iShares MSCIEMESGEnhcdUCTF D Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.18 0.18 5.35 4.36 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of emerging markets companies that screens out controversial business areas and gives greater weighting to companies with higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores.
iShares MSCIEMIMIESGSndUTETF A Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Global Emerging Markets ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.18 0.18 5.35 4.36 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of emerging markets companies screened for exposure to thermal coal, controversial weapons, tobacco, and other controversial industries.
iShares MSCIEMSRIUETF GBP Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Japan ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.25 0.25 5.27 4.29 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 investments, which reflects the return of the MSCI EM SRI Index, 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) issued by companies with higher environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) ratings than other sector peers within the MSCI EM Index, based on a series of exclusionary and ratings based criteria. In determining the universe of the benchmark index, companies are excluded if they are identified by the index provider with any tie to controversial weapons as well as manufacturers or producers of nuclear weapons, civilian firearms or tobacco or if their involvement in the following activities exceed revenue thresholds set by the index provider for: alcohol, gambling, tobacco, civilian firearm distributors, nuclear power, adult entertainment, thermal coal, genetically modified organisms and military weapons and/or military weapon support systems and services. The remaining companies are rated by the index provider based on their ability to manage their ESG risks and opportunities and are given a rating which determines their eligibility for inclusion. Companies which are identified as being involved in very serious controversies that have an ESG impact on their operations and/or products and services are excluded. The benchmark index targets 25% cumulative coverage of the free float adjusted market capitalisation for each Global Industry Classification Standard (“GICS”) sector within the MSCI EM Index, subject to each sector having sufficient eligible companies for inclusion. Constituents are weighted based on theirfree float adjusted market capitalisation. 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. Free float-adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of the company multiplied by the number of shares available tointernational 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. 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 MSCIEurexUKGBPHgUCTSETF GBP 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 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 MSCI Europe ex UK 100% Hedged to GBP Index, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Index measures the performance of the MSCI Europe ex-UK Index which measures the performance of large and mid capitalisation companies across developed market countries in Europe, excluding the United Kingdom, which comply with MSCI’s size, liquidity and free float criteria based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis. Free float means that only shares available to international investors rather than all of a company’s issued shares are used in calculating the Index. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Index also uses one month foreign exchange (FX) forward contracts to hedge each non-Sterling currency in the Index back to Sterling. Hedging reduces the effect of fluctuations in the exchange rates between the currencies of the equity securities that make up the Index and Sterling, the base currency of the Fund. The Fund aims to invest, so far as possible and practicable, in the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the MSCI Europe ex-UK Index as well as FX forward contracts that, so far as possible and practicable, track the hedging methodology of the Index. The FX forward contracts hedge each foreign currency in the Index back to the Fund’s base currency. This is based on the MSCI Hedged Indices methodology. 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 (including FX forward contracts) may be used for direct investment purposes. Apart from foreign currency hedging purposes,
iShares MSCIEurpQtyDvEURUCITETF GBP 2 Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.28 0.28 5.24 4.26 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 Europe High Dividend Yield 4% Issuer Capped 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 of large and mid-capitalisation companies in Europe that have higher than average dividendincome and quality characteristics. Quality characteristics, in this context, mean the growth, sustainability and consistency of dividend payments. The benchmarkindex is derived from the MSCI Europe Index (the parent index) by selecting companies which have (i) higher than average dividend yields relative to the parent index,(ii) a track record for consistently paying dividends, and (iii) the capacity to sustain dividend payments. Dividend yield is a measure of how much a company pays out individends each year relative to its share price. The benchmark index excludes any Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs, i.e. closed-ended investment vehicles thatinvest in, manage and own real estate) that are part of the parent index. In order to create the benchmark index, the index provider (MSCI) applies a dividend income and quality screening process to the companies which make up theparent index with REITs excluded. This screening process excludes companies (i) whose dividend payments are extremely high (i.e. in the top 5% of constituents, onthe basis that dividend payments which are particularly high relative to a company’s earnings could be unsustainable) or negative, (ii) which do not have a good trackrecord of growing dividends, (iii) which could be forced to cut or reduce dividends due to potentially weak fundamentals (i.e. information about a company which canbe expected to impact the price or value of its shares, including profitability, consistency of earnings over time and debt levels), and (iv) which rank lowest among theremaining constituents based on recent annual performance. From the list of companies which remain after this screening process, only those with a higher dividendyield relative to the parent index will be included in the benchmark index. Issuer weights in the benchmark index are capped at 4%. The benchmark index is free-float market capitalisation weighted. Free-float market capitalisation is the shareprice of a company multiplied by the company’s shares available to international investors (rather than all of the company’s issued shares). The Fund uses optimising techniques to achieve a similar return to its benchmark index. 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 MSCIJapESGEnhUCTS GBP Y Y Y Y Y Japan ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.15 5.38 4.39 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of Japanese companies that screens out controversial business areas and gives greater weighting to companies with higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores.
iShares MSCIJpSmCpUETF Inc Y Y Y Y Y Japan ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.58 0.58 4.93 3.95 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 SmallCap 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 Japanese listed companies with small market capitalisation. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued. 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.
iShares MSCIPacxJpnUETF Inc Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan ETF Inc 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 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 large and mid capitalisation companies listed in the developed markets of the Pacific region, but excludes Japan.
iShares MSCIRusADR/GDRUETF Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Acc 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 which reflects the return of the MSCI Russia ADR/GDR Index Net USD, 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 Russian large and mid-market capitalisation companies via liquid American Depository Receipts (ADR) listed on the New York Stock Exchange or the NASDAQ stock exchange, and Global Depository Receipts (GDR) and ADRs listed on the London Stock Exchange which comply with MSCI’s liquidity criteria. ADRs and GDRs are instruments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities. The benchmark index does not include constituents of the MSCI Russia Index that are without depository receipt listings. 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 MSCITgUKRlEstUCETF GBP 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 MSCI UK IMI Liquid Real Estate 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) and fixed income (FI) securities (e.g. bonds) that make up the Index. The Index aims to measure the performance of the UK real estate market through exposure to UK Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), property companies and liquid FI transferable securities. As REITs are typically investment vehicles which have significant debt obligations, and REITs and property companies have a risk and reward profile close to that of an equity security, liquid FI securities are used within the Index to reduce the impact of debt obligations, volatility and the performance of equity markets on its returns. The FI securities are UK inflation linked bonds, which are investment grade (i.e. meet a specified level of credit worthiness) government bonds the value of which is linked to a rate of inflation. At each Index rebalance, the proportion of bonds comprising the Index is adjusted to match the weighted average level of debt obligations in the UK REITS and property companies comprising the Index. Liquid means that the FI securities that make up the Index can be easily bought and sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Fund intends to replicate the Index by holding the equity securities, which make up the Index, in similar proportions to it.
iShares MSCIUSAESGEcdUCTS GBP Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.07 0.07 5.46 4.48 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
Objective: The fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of U.S. companies that screens out controversial business areas and gives greater weighting to companies with higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores.
iShares MSCIUSAUCTS GBP 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 investments, which reflects the return of the MSCI USA SRI Index, 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) issued by companies with higher environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) ratings than other sector peers within the MSCI USA Index, based on a series of exclusionary and ratings based criteria. In determining the universe of the benchmark index, companies are excluded if they are identified by the index provider with any tie to controversial weapons as well as manufacturers or producers of nuclear weapons, civilian firearms or tobacco or if their involvement in the following activities exceed revenue thresholds set by the index provider for: alcohol, gambling, tobacco, civilian firearm distributors, nuclear power, adult entertainment, thermal coal, genetically modified organisms and military weapons and/or military weapon support systems and services. The remaining companies are rated by the index provider based on their ability to manage their ESG risks and opportunities and are given a rating which determines their eligibility for inclusion. Companies which are identified as being involved in very serious controversies that have an ESG impact on their operations and/or products and services are excluded. The benchmark index targets 25% cumulative coverage of the free float adjusted market capitalisation for each Global Industry Classification Standard (“GICS”) sector within the MSCI USA Index, subject to each sector having sufficient eligible companies for inclusion. Constituents are weighted based on theirfree float adjusted market capitalisation. 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. Free float-adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of the company multiplied by the number of shares available tointernational 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. 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 MSCIWdSmlCpUCTS GBP Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.35 0.35 5.17 4.19 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 Small 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 equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the Index. The Index measures the performance of small capitalisation companies across developed markets globally which comply with MSCI’s size, liquidity and free float criteria. The Index is a free float-adjusted market capitalisation weighted index. Free float-adjusted means that only shares readily available in the market rather than all of a company’s issued shares are used in calculating the Index. Free float-adjusted market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares readily available in the market. To comply with MSCI’s liquidity requirement, securities must be capable of being easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions.
iShares MSCIWrldUETF I Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 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 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. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis and MSCI’s size and liquidity 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.
iShares MSCJpnSRIUETF GBP Silver Y Y Y Y Y Japan 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 Japan SRI 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 (e.g. shares) issued by Japanese companies with higher environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) ratings than other sector peers within the MSCI Pacific Index, based on a series of exclusionary and ratings based criteria. In determining the universe of the benchmark index, companies are excluded if they are identified by the index provider with any tie to controversial weapons as well as manufacturers or producers of nuclear weapons, civilian firearms or tobacco or if their involvement in the following activities exceed revenue thresholds set by the index provider for: alcohol, gambling, tobacco, civilian firearm distributors, nuclear power, adult entertainment, thermal coal, genetically modified organisms and military weapons and/or military weapon support systems and services. The remaining companies are rated by the index provider based on their ability to manage their ESG risks and opportunities and are given a rating which determines their eligibility for inclusion. Companies which are identified as being involved in very serious controversies that have an ESG impact on their operations and/or products and services are excluded. The MSCI Pacific SRI Index targets 25% cumulative coverage of the free float-adjusted market capitalisation for each Global Industry Classification Standard (“GICS”) sector within the MSCI Pacific Index, subject to each sector having sufficient eligible companies for inclusion. The benchmark index comprises shares issued by Japanese companies which are constituents of the MSCI Pacific SRI Index. Unlike the MSCI Pacific SRI Index, the benchmark index does not target any specific level of sector coverage in Japan. Constituents are weighted based on their free float-adjusted market capitalisation. 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 intends to replicate the benchmark index by holding the equity securities which make up the benchmark index in similar proportions to it. 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. 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 helpachieve the Fund’s investment objective. FDIs may be used for direct investment purposes. The Fund may invest in American Depositary Receipts (ADRs), Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs), and other funds to gain exposure to the relevant equity securitiesthat make up the Index. ADRs and GDRs are investments issued by financial institutions which give exposure to underlying equity securities.
iShares NASDAQ 100 UETF Neutral Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.33 0.33 5.19 4.21 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 NASDAQ 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 100 of the largest US and international companies listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange and which are not in the financial sector, selected according to size and liquidity criteria. The benchmark index is market capitalisation weighted. Market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the number of shares issued. 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 NsUSBtchUETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.35 0.35 5.17 4.19 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 NASDAQ Biotechnology 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 companies listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market that are classified as either biotechnology companies or pharmaceuticalcompanies, according to their Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) and that also meet other eligibility criteria as determined by NASDAQ, Inc. (the Index Provider),including minimum market capitalisation and liquidity requirements. Securities that are liquid means that they can be easily bought or sold in the market in normal market conditions. The Index is weighted by a modified marketcapitalisation methodology, as determined by the Index Provider, such that the maximum weight of any Index constituent is capped at 8% and no more than fivesecurities are at that cap. The excess weight of any capped security is distributed proportionally across the remaining constituent securities in the Index. This processis repeated, if necessary, to derive the final weights. The Fund intends to replicate the Index by holding the equity securities which make up the 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 objective. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares Oil&Gs Ex&Prd 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 Oil & Gas Exploration & Production 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 the exploration and production of oil and gas from around the world. The benchmark index includes only companies within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) classification of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production 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 OMXStkhlmCapUCITSETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.10 0.10 5.43 4.45 n/a 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 OMX Stockholm Benchmark Cap™, 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 largest and most traded equity securities on the Stockholm Stock Exchange, with representation from a majority of supersectors (i.e. major industry groups which include, but are not limited to, financials, industrials, consumer goods and services). The benchmark index is weighted by free-float market capitalisation, and each issuer's weight is capped at 10% maximum. The market value of securities issued by the same body exceeding     5% of the weight of the benchmark index must not combined exceed 40% of the total market value of the benchmark index. Free-float market capitalisation is the share price of a company multiplied by the company’s shares available to international investors (rather than all of the company’s issued shares). 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. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares Phscl Palldm ETC GBP Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
Objective: The ETC seeks to track the return of the palladium spot price.
iShares Phscl Pltnm ETC GBP Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
Objective: The ETC seeks to track the return of the platinum spot price.
iShares Physical Gold ETC GBP Y Y Y N Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.19 5.38 4.39 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
Objective: The ETC seeks to track the return of the gold spot price.
iShares Physical Sil ETC GBP Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.20 0.20 5.33 4.34 Single 2:00PM Daily
  
Objective: The ETC seeks to track the return of the silver spot price.
iShares S&P 500 IndScUETF Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.15 5.38 4.39 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 Capped 35/20 Industrials Index, the Fund’s benchmark 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 benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of stocks from the S&P 500 Index which are within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) industrials sector. The S&P 500 measures the performance of 500 stocks from top US companies in leading industries of the US economy which meet S&P’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The GICS industrials sector currently comprises companies which businesses are dominated by one or more of the following activities: the manufacture and distribution of capital goods, including aerospace and defence, construction, engineering and building products, electrical equipment and industrial machinery. Secondly the provision of commercial services and supplies, including printing, employment, environmental and office services and the provision of transportation services, including airlines, couriers, marine, road and rail and transportation infrastructure. The benchmark index may not include and/or may not be limited to every category comprising the sector listed here. 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 international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the benchmark index. The benchmark index caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the benchmark index is capped at 33% and the remaining group entities at 19%. 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 helpachieve 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 S&P 500 MtsScUETF Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.15 5.38 4.39 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 Capped 35/20 Materials Index, the Fund’s benchmark 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 benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of stocks from the S&P 500 Index which are within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) materials sector. The S&P 500 measures the performance of 500 stocks from top US companies in leading industries of the US economy which meet S&P’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The GICS materials sector currently encompasses a wide range of commodity-related manufacturing industries. Included in this sector are companies that manufacture chemicals, construction materials, glass, paper, forest products and related packaging products, and metals, minerals and mining companies, including producers of steel. The benchmark index may not include and/or may not be limited to every category comprising the sector listed here. 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 international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the benchmark index. The benchmark index caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the benchmark index is capped at 33% and the remaining group entities at 19%. 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 helpachieve 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 S&P 500 UETF Gold Y Y Y Y Y North America ETF Inc 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 S&P 500, 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 500 largest companies (i.e. companies with large market capitalisation)within the United States market. Companies are included in the benchmark index based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis and S&P’s size and liquidity 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.
iShares S&P 500Hgd UETF 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 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 S&P 500 GBP, the Fund’s benchmark index (Index). The Index provides a return on the S&P 500 which measures the performance of the large-cap sector (i.e. leading companies with large market capitalisations) of the United States market. Market capitalisation is the share price multiplied by the number of shares issued. Companies are included in the Index based on a free float market capitalisation weighted basis. Free float means that only shares available to international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the Index. The Index also uses one month foreign exchange (FX) forward contracts to hedge each non-Sterling currency in the Index back to Sterling in accordance with the S&P Hedged Indices methodology. Hedging reduces the effect of fluctuations in the exchange rates between the currencies of the equity securities (e.g. shares) that make up the Index and Sterling, the base currency of the Fund. The Fund aims to invest in equity securities (e.g. shares) that, so far as possible and practicable, make up the S&P 500, as well as FX forward contracts that, so far as possible and practicable, track the hedging methodology of the Index.
iShares S&P 500SecUtlUETF Y Y Y Y Y Specialist ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.15 5.38 4.39 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 Capped 35/20 Utilities Index, the Fund’s benchmark 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 benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of stocks from the S&P 500 Index which are within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) utilities sector. The S&P 500 measures the performance of 500 stocks from top US companies in leading industries of the US economy which meet S&P’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The GICS utilities sector currently comprises companies considered to be electric, gas and/or water utility companies, and/or companies that operate as independent producers and/or distributors of power. This sector includes companies with nuclear and/or non-nuclear facilities. The benchmark index may not include and/or may not be limited to every category comprising the sector listed here. 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 international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the benchmark index. The benchmark index caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the benchmark index is capped at 33% and the remaining group entities at 19%. 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 helpachieve 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 S&P SmlCap 600UETF Silver Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 S&P SmallCap 600, 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 600 listed companies in the United States (US) with small market capitalisation within the US equity market. 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.
iShares S&P500 CnDsSc UC ETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y Specialist 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 S&P 500 Capped 35/20 Consumer Discretionary 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 stocks from the S&P 500 Index which are within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) consumer discretionary sector. The S&P 500 Index measures the performance of 500 stocks from top US companies in leading industries of the US economy which meet S&P’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The GICS consumer discretionary sector currently comprises industries that tend to be the most sensitive to economic cycles, including a manufacturing segment (such as automotive, household durable goods, textiles and apparel, and leisure equipment, among others), a services segment (such as hotels, restaurants and other leisure facilities, among others), and a consumer retailing segment (such as distributors, department stores, general merchandise stores, specialty retail stores, companies providing retail services primarily through the internet, through mail order, and TV home shopping and companies providing online marketplaces for consumer products and services, among others). The Index may not include and/or may not be limited to every category comprising the sector listed here. Companies are included in the Index on a free float-adjusted market capitalisation weighted basis. Free float-adjusted means that only shares available to international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the Index. The Index caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the Index is capped at 33% and the remaining group entities at 19%. The Fund intends to replicate the Index by holding the equity securities, which make up the Index, in similar proportions to it. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares S&P500 EnrSc UC ETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 S&P 500 Capped 35/20 Energy 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 stocks from the S&P 500 Index which are within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) energy sector. The S&P 500 measures the performance of 500 stocks from top US companies in leading industries of the US economy which meet S&P’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The GICS energy sector comprises companies which businesses are dominated by any of the following activities: The construction or provision of oil rigs, drilling equipment and other energy related service and equipment, companies engaged in the exploration, production, marketing, refining and/or transportation of oil and gas products. The benchmark index may not include and/or may not be limited to every category comprising the sector listed here. 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 international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the benchmark index.   The benchmark index caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the benchmark index is capped at 33% and the remaining group entities at 19%. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares S&P500 FnSc UC ETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 S&P 500 Capped 35/20 Financials 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 stocks from the S&P 500 Index which are within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) financials sector. The S&P 500 measures the performance of 500 stocks from top US companies in leading industries of the US economy which meet S&P’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The GICS financials sector currently comprises companies involved in activities such as banking, mortgage finance, consumer finance, specialised finance, investment banking and brokerage, asset management and custody, corporate lending, insurance, and financial investment. The benchmark index may not include and/or may not be limited to every category comprising the sector listed here. 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 international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the benchmark index.  The benchmark index caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the benchmark index is capped at 33% and the remaining group<br />entities at 19%. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares S&P500 InfTSc UC ETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 S&P 500 Capped 35/20 Information Technology 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 stocks from S&P 500 Index which are within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) information technology sector. The S&P 500 Index measures the performance of 500 stocks from top US companies in leading industries of the US economy which meet S&P’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The GICS information technology sector currently covers the following general areas: firstly, Technology Software &amp; Services, including, among others, companies that primarily develop and produce software for applications for the business consumer market, systems and database management and companies that provide information technology consulting and services, data processing and outsourced services, as well as, companies providing services and infrastructure for the internet industry (e.g. data services, cloud networking, storage infrastructure, web hosting); secondly Technology Hardware &amp; Equipment, including, among others, manufacturer and distributors of communications equipment, computers and peripherals, electronic equipment and related instruments; and thirdly, Semiconductors &amp; Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturers. The Index may not include and/or may not be limited to every category comprising the sector listed here. Companies are included in the Index on a free float-adjusted market capitalisation weighted basis. Free float-adjusted means that only shares available to international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the Index. The Index caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the Index is capped at 33% and the remaining group entities at 19%. The Fund intends to replicate the Index by holding the equity securities, which make up the 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 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 S&P500HlCrSc UC ETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y North America 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 S&P 500 Capped 35/20 Health Care 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 stocks from the S&P 500 Index which are within the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) health care sector. The S&P 500 measures the performance of 500 stocks from top US companies in leading industries of the US economy which meet S&P’s size, liquidity and free-float criteria. The GICS health care sector currently encompasses two main industry groups. The first includes companies who manufacture health care equipment and supplies or provide health care related services, including distributors of health care products, providers of basic health-care services, and owners and operators of health care facilities and organisations. The second group includes companies primarily involved in the research, development, production and marketing of pharmaceuticals and biotechnology products. The benchmark index may not include and/or may not be limited to every category comprising the sector listed here. 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 international investors, rather than all of a company’s issued shares, are used to calculate the benchmark index.   The benchmark index caps the weight of the largest companies at each rebalance to ensure index diversification. The weight of the largest group entity in the benchmark index is capped at 33% and the remaining group entities at 19%. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares STOXX Erpe50 UETF Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Europe Ex UK ETF Inc 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 STOXX® Europe 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 50 European companies with the objective of reflecting the market sector leaders in Europe. Equity securities are selected from the 50 largest companies from the STOXX Europe 600 Index. The benchmark index is weighted by free float market capitalisation and the weighting of each component is capped at 10%.
iShares SuMSCIJpSRI EUR HUETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y Japan ETF Acc 0.00 N/A 0.25 0.25 5.27 4.29 n/a 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 investments, which reflects the return of the MSCI Japan SRI 100% Hedged to EUR Index, the Fund’s benchmark index. 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 and FX contracts that track the hedging methodology of the benchmark index, which comprise rolling one-month forward contracts reset at month end. No adjustment is made to the hedge during the month to account for any changes to the benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of equity securities (e.g. shares) issued by Japanese companies with higher environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) ratings than other sector peers within the MSCI Pacific Index, based on a series of exclusionary and ratings based criteria. The benchmark index also uses foreign exchange (FX) forward contracts to hedge each non-Euro (EUR) currency in the benchmark index back to EUR. Hedging aims to reduce the effect of fluctuations in the exchange rates between the currencies of the equity securities that make up the benchmark index and EUR. In determining the universe of the benchmark index, companies are excluded if they are identified by the index provider with any tie to controversial weapons as well as manufacturers or producers of nuclear weapons, civilian firearms or tobacco or if their involvement in the following activities exceed revenue thresholds set by the index provider for: alcohol, gambling, tobacco, civilian firearm distributors, nuclear power, adult entertainment, thermal coal, genetically modified organisms and military weapons and/or military weapon support systems and services. The remaining companies are rated by the index provider based on their ability to manage their ESG risks and opportunities and are given a rating which determines their eligibility for inclusion. Companies which are identified as being involved in very serious controversies that have an ESG impact on their operations and/or products and services are excluded. The MSCI Pacific SRI Index targets 25% cumulative coverage of the free float adjusted market capitalisation for each Global Industry Classification Standard (“GICS”) sector within the MSCI Pacific Index, subject to each sector having sufficient eligible companies for inclusion. The benchmark index comprises shares issued by Japanese companies which are constituents of the MSCI Pacific SRI Index. Unlike the MSCI Pacific SRI Index, the benchmark index does not target any specific level of sector coverage in Japan. Constituents are weighted based on their free float-adjusted market capitalisation. 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 intends to replicate the benchmark index by holding the equity securities which make up the benchmark index, in similar proportions to it, and FX forward contracts. 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. Your shares will be accumulating shares (i.e. income will be included in their value).
iShares UK Div UETF Negative Y Y Y Y Y UK Equity 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 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 benchmark index. The benchmark index measures the performance of UK equity securities within the FTSE 350 Index (excluding investment trusts) that are expected to pay higher dividends than other UK equity securities. The FTSE 350 Index comprises the largest 350 companies which trade on the London Stock Exchange. The benchmark index selects the top 50 equity securities based on their one-year forecast dividend yield and equity securities are included within the benchmark index based on their dividend yield.
iShares UK Prp UETF Y Y Y N 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 FTSE EPRA/Nareit UK 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 UK listed REITs and real estate holding and development companies. 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).
iShares UKGlts0-5UETF 0 5 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 UK Conventional Gilts – Up to 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 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 gilts (i.e. bonds) issued or guaranteed by the British government with zero to five years remaining to maturity (i.e. the time until they become due for repayment) and which are quoted on the London Stock Exchange, other than index-linked bonds. These FI securities 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 Kingdom maintains its investment grade credit rating. They will pay income according to a fixed rate of interest. 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 UKImi UETF Y Y Y N Y UK Equity ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.15 0.15 5.38 4.39 n/a 2:00PM Daily
  
  
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iShares US Agg Bd UETF 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 Funds’ investments, which reflects the return of the Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate 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 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 dollar-denominated taxable bond market. The FI securities may be issued by the US Treasury, government agencies and companies and may include asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed and mortgage-backed securities (i.e. financial securities backed by cash flows from debt). The FI securities will be denominated in US Dollars, 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). Only bonds with a minimum remaining time to maturity of one year are 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 US Mrt Bckd SU ETF GBP Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest ETF Inc 0.00 N/A 0.28 0.28 5.24 4.26 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 Mortgage Backed Securities 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 mortgage backed securities (MBS) issued by US government agencies, Ginnie Mae (GNMA), Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FHLMC). MBS in the Index must have a remaining weighted average maturity (i.e. the average time remaining until they become due forrepayment weighted by mortgage value) of at least one year. They will pay income according to fixed rates of interest, have a minimum outstanding of $1 billion 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 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 US Prp Yld UETF Gold 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 United States 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 in the United States which are constituents of the FTSE EPRA/Nareit United States Index and pay an above average or a high level of income as a dividend. The benchmark index offers exposure to listed US real estate companies and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and captures 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 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).
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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
Janus Henderson AbRt I A 4 Bronze Y Y Y Y Y Absolute Return OIC Acc 0.00 N/A 1.07 1.00 4.42 3.44 Single 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund aims to provide a positive (absolute) return, regardless of market conditions, over any 12 month period. A positive return is not guaranteed over this or any other time period, and particularly over the shorter term the Fund may experience periods of negative returns. Consequently your capital is at risk. Performance target: To outperform the UK Base Interest Rate, after the deduction of charges, over any 3 year period. The Fund invests in shares and makes extensive use of derivatives (complex financial instruments) to take both ‘long’ and ‘short’ positions in companies the investment manager believes will either rise in value (long positions) or fall in value (short positions) meaning that the Fund may benefit from either scenario. The Fund will hold a significant proportion of its assets in cash and money market instruments as a result of holding derivatives and for when the investment manager wishes to take a defensive stance. Conversely, the Fund may also employ ‘leverage’ (so that the Fund can invest a greater amount than its actual value) when the investment manager has greater confidence in the opportunities available. Typically, at least 60% of the exposure to the long and short positions (in aggregate) will be to companies of any size, in any industry, in the UK. Companies may be incorporated or headquartered in the UK, deriving significant revenue from the UK, or constituents of the FTSE All Share Index. Up to 40% of the long and short exposure may be to non-UK companies. The Fund is actively managed with reference to the UK Base Interest Rate as this forms the basis of the Fund’s performance target and the level above which performance fees may be charged (if applicable). The investment manager has complete discretion to choose investments for the Fund and is not constrained by a benchmark.
Janus Henderson AbsRtnFxdInc I A Y Y Y Y Y International Fixed Interest OIC Acc 0.00 N/A 0.55 0.45 4.96 3.98 n/a 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund aims to generate a positive return (more than zero), after the deduction of costs and charges, over a rolling 12 month period. An absolute return performance is not guaranteed over this specific, or any other, time period and consequently capital is in fact at risk. Performance target: To outperform the ICE Bank of America ML 3 month Sterling Government Bill Index by at least 2% per annum, before the deduction of charges, over any 5 year period. The Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in a global portfolio of bonds of any quality, including high yield (non-investment grade) bonds and asset-backed and mortgage-backed securities, issued by governments or companies. The Fund may invest directly or via derivatives (complex financial instruments). In certain market conditions, the Fund may invest more than 35% of its assets in government bonds issued by any one body. The Fund will not invest more than 15% of its assets in high yield (non-investment grade) bonds and will never invest in bonds rated lower than B- or B3 (credit agency ratings), or if unrated deemed to be of a comparable quality by the investment manager. The investment manager may use derivatives (complex financial instruments), including total return swaps, with the aim of making investment gains in line with the Fund’s objective, to reduce risk, to manage the Fund more efficiently, or to generate additional capital or income for the Fund. The Fund is actively managed with reference to the ICE Bank of America ML 3 month Sterling Government Bill Index as this forms the basis of the Fund’s performance target. The investment manager has a high degree of freedom to choose individual investments for the Fund.
Janus Henderson AlStkCr I A 4 Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest OIC Acc 0.00 N/A 0.54 0.50 4.97 3.99 Single 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund aims to provide a return, from a combination of income and capital growth over the long term. Performance target: To outperform the Markit iBoxx GBP Non-Gilts all maturities Index by 1% per annum, before the deduction of charges, over any 5 year period. The Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in Sterling-denominated investment grade (equivalent to BBB rated or higher) corporate bonds. The investment manager may use derivatives (complex financial instruments), including total return swaps, with the aim of making investment gains in line with the Fund’s objective, to reduce risk or to manage the Fund more efficiently. The Fund is actively managed with reference to the Markit iBoxx GBP Non-Gilts all maturities Index, which is broadly representative of the bonds in which it may invest, as this forms the basis of the Fund’s performance target. The investment manager has discretion to choose investments for the Fund with weightings different to the index or not in the index. As an additional means of assessing the performance of the Fund, the IA Sterling Corporate Bond sector average, which is based on a peer group of broadly similar funds, may also provide a useful comparator.
Janus Henderson AlStkCr I I 4 Y Y Y Y Y UK Fixed Interest OIC Inc 0.00 N/A 0.54 0.50 4.97 3.99 Single 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund aims to provide a return, from a combination of income and capital growth over the long term. Performance target: To outperform the Markit iBoxx GBP Non-Gilts all maturities Index by 1% per annum, before the deduction of charges, over any 5 year period. The Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in Sterling-denominated investment grade (equivalent to BBB rated or higher) corporate bonds. The investment manager may use derivatives (complex financial instruments), including total return swaps, with the aim of making investment gains in line with the Fund’s objective, to reduce risk or to manage the Fund more efficiently. The Fund is actively managed with reference to the Markit iBoxx GBP Non-Gilts all maturities Index, which is broadly representative of the bonds in which it may invest, as this forms the basis of the Fund’s performance target. The investment manager has discretion to choose investments for the Fund with weightings different to the index or not in the index. As an additional means of assessing the performance of the Fund, the IA Sterling Corporate Bond sector average, which is based on a peer group of broadly similar funds, may also provide a useful comparator.
Janus Henderson AsDvIncUT I A 1 Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan UKA Acc 0.00 N/A 0.90 0.75 4.60 3.62 Dual 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund aims to provide an income in excess of the income generated by the MSCI All Countries Asia Pacific Ex Japan High Dividend Yield Index with the potential for capital growth over the long term (5 years or more). The Fund invests at least two-thirds of its assets in a concentrated portfolio of shares (also known as equities) of companies, of any size, in any industry, in the Asia Pacific region (excluding Japan). Companies will be incorporated, headquartered, listed on an exchange in, or deriving significant revenue from, this region. The portfolio may be concentrated in terms of its number of holdings and/or the size of its largest holdings. The Fund is actively managed with reference to the MSCI All Countries Asia Pacific Ex Japan High Dividend Yield Index, which is broadly representative of the companies in which it may invest, as this forms the basis of the Fund’s income target. The investment manager has discretion to choose investments for the Fund with weightings different to the index or not in the index. As an additional means of assessing the performance of the Fund, the IA Asia Pacific ex Japan sector average, which is based on a peer group of broadly similar funds, may also provide a useful comparator.
Janus Henderson AsDvIncUT I I 1 Y Y Y Y Y Pacific Ex Japan UKA Inc 0.00 N/A 0.90 0.75 4.60 3.62 Dual 10:30AM Daily
  
  
Objective: The Fund aims to provide an income in excess of the income generated by the MSCI All Countries Asia Pacific Ex Japan High Dividend Yield Index with the potential for capital growth over the long term (5 years or more). The Fund invests at least two-thirds of its assets in a concentrated portfolio of shares (also known as equities) of companies, of any size, in any industry, in the Asia Pacific region (excluding Japan). Companies will be incorporated, headquartered, listed on an exchange in, or deriving significant revenue from, this region. The portfolio may be concentrated in terms of its number of holdings and/or the size of its largest holdings. The Fund is actively managed with reference to the MSCI All Countries Asia Pacific Ex Japan High Dividend Yield Index, which is broadly representative of the companies in which it may invest, as this forms the basis of the Fund’s income target. The investment manager has discretion to choose investments for the Fund with weightings different to the index or not in the index. As an additional means of assessing the performance of the Fund, the IA Asia Pacific ex Japan sector average, which is based on a peer group of broadly similar funds, may also provide a useful comparator.