iShares Physical Gold ETC GBP

Name
iShares Physical Gold ETC GBP
Manager
BlackRock Advisors (UK) Limited - ETF
Type
Exchange traded product
ISIN
IE00B4ND3602
Category
Commodities - Precious Metals
Launched
08/04/2011
3 Year Sharpe
0.49
Yield
0 %
Benchmark
LBMA Gold Price PM USD
iShares physically-backed Exchange Traded Commodities (iShares Physical ETCs) are series of secured metal-linked debt securities that trade on one or more regulated exchanges and offer investors easily accessible, liquid and transparent exposure to physical precious metals. iShares Physical ETCs provide investors with exposure to the performance of individual precious metals without the need to take physical delivery or trade commodity futures contracts. The iShares Physical Gold ETC seeks to track the day-to-day movement of the price of gold, less fees, by holding gold bullion. The gold bullion backs the securities issued and is valued daily at the London PM fix price. The gold bullion is held as allocated gold bars with the custodian, JPMorgan. State Street acts as the Trustee. iShares Physical ETCs are exchange traded commodities and are neither funds nor exchange traded funds.
Holding %
Physical Gold Bullion 100.00 %
Name
BlackRock Advisors (UK) Limited - ETF
Address
EC2N 2DL, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Collateralized Debt Instrument

Managers

Not Disclosed
Joined 04/08/2011

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