BlackRock Emerging Markets D Acc

Name
BlackRock Emerging Markets D Acc
Manager
BlackRock Fund Managers Limited
Type
Unit Trust
ISIN
GB00B4R9F681
Sector
Global Emerging Markets
Launched
10/06/2011
OCF
1.01 %
Risk Rating
4
3 Year Sharpe
1.20
3 Year Alpha
2.96
Yield
0.9 %
Benchmark
MSCI EM NR GBP
The aim of the BlackRock Emerging Markets Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth for investors. The Fund invests primarily in the shares of companies incorporated or listed in emerging markets. The Fund may also invest in collective investment schemes.
Holding %
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd 4.60 %
Tencent Holdings Ltd 4.50 %
Bank Of China Ltd H 3.95 %
Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. of China Ltd H 3.37 %
SJM Holdings Ltd 2.66 %
BlackRock ICS Sterling Liq Agency Inc 2.64 %
HDFC Bank Ltd 2.58 %
Notre Dame Intermedica Participacoes SA Ordinary Shares 2.51 %
Petroleo Brasileiro SA Petrobras ADR 2.31 %
Grupo Financiero Galicia SA ADR 2.08 %
Region %
Asia - Emerging 46.10 %
Asia - Developed 22.64 %
Latin America 16.45 %
Europe - Emerging 6.31 %
Sector %
Financial Services 27.87 %
Technology 27.86 %
Consumer Cyclical 14.93 %
Healthcare 7.40 %
Basic materials 7.08 %
Name
BlackRock Fund Managers Limited
Address
EC2N 2DL, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Unit Trust

Managers

Gordon Fraser
Joined 03/29/2017

Gordon Fraser is a Director of BlackRock, Inc. since 2015; Vice President of BlackRock, Inc. from 2012 to 2015.

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