S&P Global 100

Own your piece of 100 blue chip companies across major equity markets. The biggest household names, they provide global diversification and long-term capital growth.

16.46%

5 year p.a. index return to
April 2021

0.39%

Management fee p.a. (before rebate)

1.91%

Indicative dividend yield as at 30 April 2021

Quarterly
The fund pays distributions

Fund Overview

This fund provides exposure to blue-chip companies, being those which are large, stable and profitable. This includes household names such as Apple, Nike, Amazon, Nestle and Microsoft. With global diversification across all sectors, this fund provides reliable long-term capital growth. All blue-chip companies in this fund have global exposure, meaning they generate a significant amount of their revenues and hold a large amount of their assets abroad. The global presence, combined with their large nature and competitive positioning, means these companies will be more resilient to the business cycle and domestic shocks. This fund tracks the S&P Global 100 Ex-Controversial Weapons Index with key criteria for selection being market capitalisation. The index includes transnational companies that have a minimum float-adjusted market cap of USD 5 billion. Read more on the index here.

CompanyIndustry% as at 30 April 2021
AppleInfo. Tech.12.04%
MicrosoftInfo. Tech.11.06%
Amazon.comConsumer Disc.8.63%
Alphabet Inc ACommunication Services4.11%
Alphabet Inc CCommunication Services4.02%
JP Morgan Chase & CoFinancials2.73%
Johnson & JohnsonHealthcare2.49%
Samsung ElectronicsInfo. Tech.2.17%
NestleConsumer Staples2.01%
Procter & GambleConsumer Staples1.92%
Exxon MobilEnergy1.42%
Intel CorpInfo. Tech.1.37%
Roche Hldgs AG Ptg GenusHealthcare1.34%
Pfizer IncHealthcare1.26%
Abbott LaboratoriesHealthcare1.24%
Novartis AG RegHealthcare1.23%
Coca-Cola CoConsumer Staples1.23%
LVMH-Moet VuittonConsumer Disc.1.18%
PepsiCo IncConsumer Staples1.16%
Chevron CorpEnergy1.15%
Walmart Inc.Consumer Staples1.13%
Merck & Co IncHealthcare1.11%
McDonald's CorpConsumer Disc.1.03%
NIKE Inc BConsumer Disc.0.99%
Toyota Motor CorpConsumer Disc.0.98%
Texas Instruments IncInfo. Tech.0.97%
Unilever NVConsumer Staples0.89%
Citigroup IncFinancials0.87%
Philip Morris InternationalConsumer Staples0.85%
Bristol-Myers SquibbHealthcare0.82%
AstraZeneca PlcHealthcare0.81%
Sony CorpConsumer Disc.0.79%
Siemens AGIndustrials0.79%
HSBC Holdings PlcFinancials0.76%
Intl Business Machines CorpInfo. Tech.0.74%
Morgan StanleyFinancials0.73%
Caterpillar IncIndustrials0.73%
Goldman Sachs Group IncFinancials0.70%
Sanofi-AventisHealthcare0.70%
3M CoIndustrials0.67%
American Tower Corp AReal Estate0.66%
General Electric CoIndustrials0.66%
TOTAL SAEnergy0.65%
BHP Group LtdMaterials0.63%
Allianz SEFinancials0.62%
Diageo PlcConsumer Staples0.60%
L'OrealConsumer Staples0.58%
GlaxoSmithKlineHealthcare0.54%
Rio Tinto PlcMaterials0.53%
Schneider Electric SEIndustrials0.50%
BPEnergy0.49%
Royal Dutch Shell PLCEnergy0.45%
Daimler AGConsumer Disc.0.44%
BASF SEMaterials0.43%
Marsh & McLennan CompaniesFinancials0.40%
Colgate-Palmolive CoConsumer Staples0.40%
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group IncFinancials0.39%
Royal Dutch Shell PLC BEnergy0.39%
Banco Santander SAFinancials0.38%
Bayer AGHealthcare0.37%
ABB LtdIndustrials0.36%
Deutsche Telekom AGCommunication Services0.36%
UBS Group AGFinancials0.34%
AXAFinancials0.34%
Aon plcFinancials0.33%
Anglo American PlcMaterials0.33%
Honda Motor CoConsumer Disc.0.31%
Prudential PlcFinancials0.31%
Emerson Electric CoIndustrials0.31%
Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV (Royal Philips Electronics)Healthcare0.29%
Vodafone GroupCommunication Services0.29%
ING Groep NVFinancials0.28%
National Grid PLCUtilities0.27%
Ford Motor CoConsumer Disc.0.25%
Kimberly-ClarkConsumer Staples0.25%
Johnson Controls International plcIndustrials0.25%
HP IncInfo. Tech.0.24%
Munich Re AGFinancials0.24%
DuPont de Nemours Inc.Materials0.24%
Seven & I Holdings Co LtdConsumer Staples0.23%
BarclaysFinancials0.22%
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SAFinancials0.21%
Saint-Gobain, Cie deIndustrials0.19%
Vivendi SACommunication Services0.17%
Deutsche Bank AGFinancials0.17%
Panasonic CorpConsumer Disc.0.16%
E.ON SEUtilities0.15%
EngieUtilities0.15%
OrangeCommunication Services0.15%
RWE AGUtilities0.15%
Swiss Re RegFinancials0.15%
Telefonica SACommunication Services0.14%
Credit Suisse Group AGFinancials0.13%
Societe GeneraleFinancials0.13%
Canon IncInfo. Tech.0.13%
AvivaFinancials0.12%
Standard CharteredFinancials0.11%
Bridgestone CorpConsumer Disc.0.11%
Repsol SAEnergy0.10%
Nissan Motor CoConsumer Disc.0.07%
Roche Hldgs AG BrHealthcare0.05%

Fund Holdings

Transparency is key and we think you should know which companies you own within our Fund. There are 101 companies in the Fund, spread across 10 countries, with a 71% allocation to the U.S. You can find out more about constituent selection here.

Sector Holdings

For those that like to get into the detail of asset allocation or their holdings, this sector breakdown shows you which industries you have investment across.  

Performance

Range of returns

-6.55% vs +40.16%

The best and the worst 12 month returns in 10 years to end of March 2021*

Growth of $10,000

$21,423

For the 5 years to April 2021, an investment of $10,000 would be up 114.23%*

Investment Objective

Growth & Diversification

The fund is designed to provide long-term capital growth and diversification.

*These are the gross index returns, not including fees or taxes.

Returns

3 months

10.56%

1 year

22.30%

5 years

16.46%

10 years
N/A
Since Inception

N/A

Fund returns are after fees, but before tax as at 30 April 2021. See our full performance disclaimer for more details. 

Under $25,000 invested

0.39%

Over $25,000 invested

0.29%

Fees & perks simplified

The investment management fee rebate is on your total invested portfolio, not per fund. For more information on how this works, please see here

Risk

The risk indicator reflects how much the value of the Fund’s assets goes up and down (volatility). A higher risk generally means higher potential returns over time, but more ups and downs along the way. The lowest risk rating doesn’t mean “risk-free” and this risk indicator is not a guarantee of a Fund’s future performance. 

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