SPDR® S&P Pan Asia Dividend Aristocrats UCITS ETF

Asia-Pacific Equities

This ETF provides exposure to Asia-Pacific firms that have increased their dividends for at least seven consecutive years. Currently, it holds almost 100 such firms. The dividend yield is 2.8%, paid half-yearly. The top 10 holdings account for 23% of assets. The largest country weightings are to Japan (30%) and Australia (24%). Ongoing charge 0.55%.

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Name
SPDR® S&P Pan Asia Dividend Aristocrats UCITS ETF
Manager
State Street Global Advisors Ltd
Type
Exchange traded product
ISIN
IE00B9KNR336
Category
Asia-Pacific Equity
Launched
14/05/2013
OCF
0.55 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
0.23
3 Year Alpha
-0.32
Yield
3.2 %
Benchmark
S&P Pan Asia Dividend Aristocrats NR USD
The objective of the SPDR S&P Pan Asia Dividend Aristocrats UCITS ETF is to track the performance of high dividend yielding equities from the Asia Pacific region. It aims to do this by tracking the performance of the S&P Pan Asia Dividend Aristocrats Index as closely as possible.
Holding %
PCCW Ltd 2.89 %
Hengan International Group Co Ltd 2.15 %
Micro-Star International Co Ltd 2.13 %
AGL Energy Ltd 1.94 %
Power Assets Holdings Ltd 1.83 %
New World Development Co Ltd 1.76 %
Henderson Land Development Co Ltd 1.70 %
Hang Seng Bank Ltd 1.69 %
Hysan Development Co Ltd 1.68 %
APA Group 1.66 %
Region %
Asia - Developed 29.76 %
Japan 28.81 %
Australasia 19.65 %
Asia - Emerging 19.25 %
Sector %
Real Estate 26.56 %
Financial Services 16.51 %
Industrials 11.58 %
Utilities 9.32 %
Consumer Cyclical 7.80 %
Healthcare 7.49 %
Consumer Defensive 6.80 %
Technology 6.07 %
Communication Services 5.52 %
Name
State Street Global Advisors Ltd
Address
E14 5HJ, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Not Disclosed
Joined 05/14/2013

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