Invesco brings Europe's cheapest all-world ETF to market

TER 0.15%

James Baxter-Derrington
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Invesco has launched Europe’s cheapest all-world ETF, offering investors access to companies across 49 developed and emerging markets for a total expense ratio of 0.15%.

The Invesco FTSE All-World UCITS ETF will track the FTSE All-World index, providing exposure to more than 4,000 mid- and large-cap companies on a market-cap weighted basis, rebalanced on a semi-annual basis. Deep Dive: ETFs in 'early stages of growth' as assets exceed $10trn The ETF will track the index using a sampling strategy that selects securities on a quantitative basis, utilising factors including country weights, industry sector weights and liquidity. As a result, the fund will hold a smaller number of securities than are in the index, with the aim to replicating its perfor...

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