iShares Global Water UCITS ETF USD (Dist) GBP

iShares Global Water UCITS ETF USD (Dist) GBP
BlackRock Asset Management Ireland - ETF
Exchange traded product
Sector Equity Water
0.65 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
1.3 %
S&P Global Water NR
The fund is an exchange traded fund (ETF) that aims to track the performance of the S&P Global Water 50 Index as closely as possible. The ETF invests in physical index securities. The S&P Global Water 50 Index offers exposure to the 50 largest and most liquid listed companies globally that are involved in water related businesses. The index is weighted by modified market capitalisation. iShares ETFs are funds managed by BlackRock. They are transparent, cost-efficient, liquid vehicles that trade on stock exchanges like normal securities. iShares ETFs offer flexible and easy access to a wide range of markets and asset classes.
Holding %
American Water Works Co Inc 9.19 %
Xylem Inc 6.10 %
Veolia Environnement SA 5.27 %
Halma PLC 5.26 %
Geberit AG 5.19 %
Danaher Corp 5.13 %
IDEX Corp 4.79 %
Essential Utilities Inc 4.26 %
United Utilities Group PLC 3.56 %
Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp 3.35 %
Region %
United States 49.56 %
United Kingdom 14.91 %
Eurozone 12.61 %
Europe - ex Euro 10.24 %
Sector %
Industrials 52.02 %
Utilities 40.07 %
Healthcare 5.15 %
BlackRock Asset Management Ireland - ETF
Dublin, Ireland
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Not Disclosed
Joined 03/16/2007

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