SPDR® S&P UK Dividend Aristocrats UCITS ETF

UK Equity Income

This ETF physically invests in up to 40 of the highest dividend-yielding UK companies in the S&P Europe Broad Market Index that have increased or held their dividends for at least seven consecutive years. Top 10 holdings account for 39% of assets. The current dividend yield, paid half-yearly, is 4.4%. Ongoing charges are 0.3%

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SPDR® S&P UK Dividend Aristocrats UCITS ETF
State Street Global Advisors
Exchange traded product
UK Equity Income
0.3 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
4.1 %
S&P UK High Yield Dividend Arstcr TR USD
The objective of the SPDR S&P UK Dividend Aristocrats UCITS ETF is to track the performance of certain high dividend-yielding equity securities issued by companies from within the UK. It aims to do this by tracking the performance of the S&P UK High Yield Dividend Aristocrats Index as closely as possible.
Holding %
SSE PLC 4.59 %
Jupiter Fund Management PLC 4.45 %
Phoenix Group Holdings PLC 3.55 %
British American Tobacco PLC 3.53 %
WPP PLC 3.35 %
TP ICap PLC 3.33 %
Legal & General Group PLC 3.24 %
Bovis Homes Group PLC 2.97 %
Investec PLC 2.87 %
Bellway PLC 2.71 %
Region %
United Kingdom 99.97 %
Sector %
Financial Services 28.63 %
Consumer Cyclical 25.55 %
Industrials 18.04 %
Utilities 9.96 %
Consumer Defensive 5.75 %
State Street Global Advisors
02210, Boston, United States
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Not Disclosed
Joined 02/28/2012

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