iShares Pacific ex Japan Equity Index Fund (UK) D Acc
This unit trust invests in the predominantly large and medium-sized companies that are constituents of the FTSE World Asia-Pacific ex-Japan index. The top 10 holdings, among almost 600 in the index, account for 29% of assets. Most are located in Australia (31% of assets) and Taiwan (19%). The ongoing charge is 0.24%.
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|Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd||6.84 %|
|Samsung Electronics Co Ltd||5.98 %|
|AIA Group Ltd||3.26 %|
|Commonwealth Bank of Australia||2.72 %|
|CSL Ltd||2.54 %|
|BHP Group Ltd||2.09 %|
|Westpac Banking Corp||1.61 %|
|National Australia Bank Ltd||1.34 %|
|Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd||1.31 %|
|Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd||1.13 %|
|Asia - Developed||56.89 %|
|Asia - Emerging||10.14 %|
|Financial Services||25.54 %|
|Basic materials||8.81 %|
|Real Estate||7.07 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||6.69 %|
|Consumer Defensive||5.35 %|
Kieran Doyle, CFA, Vice President and portfolio manager, is a member of BlackRock's Institutional Index Equity team. Mr. Doyle's service with the firm dates back to 2004, including his years with Barclays Global Investors (BGI), which merged with BlackRock in 2009. At BGI, he was a portfolio manager in the Institutional Index Equity team. Prior to joining BGI, he was with KPMG. Mr. Doyle earned a master's degree in economics and finance from Bristol University in 2000.
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