Legal & General Global Technology Index Trust I Class Accumulation

Name
Legal & General Global Technology Index Trust I Class Accumulation
Manager
Legal & General(Unit Trust Managers)Ltd
Type
Unit Trust
ISIN
GB00B0CNH163
Sector
Technology and Telecommunications
Launched
11/08/2006
OCF
0.32 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
1.43
3 Year Alpha
-1.23
Yield
0.8 %
Benchmark
FTSE World Technology TR GBP
The objective of the Fund is to secure capital growth from a portfolio of securities of companies engaged in Information Technology. Securities representing all such companies in the FTSE World Index will be held with weightings generally proportionate to their market capitalisation. From time to time non index constituents may be held as a result of a corporate action and these holdings will be sold or transferred as soon as reasonably practical.
Holding %
Microsoft Corp 13.73 %
Apple Inc 13.22 %
Alphabet Inc Class C 5.02 %
Alphabet Inc A 5.00 %
Facebook Inc A 4.94 %
Cisco Systems Inc 3.56 %
Intel Corp 3.25 %
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd 2.76 %
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd 2.54 %
Adobe Inc 2.04 %
Region %
United States 79.84 %
Asia - Developed 8.08 %
Eurozone 5.03 %
Sector %
Technology 98.85 %
Name
Legal & General(Unit Trust Managers)Ltd
Address
EC4N 4TP, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Unit Trust

Managers

Not Disclosed
Joined 09/30/2013

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