BetaShares Legg Mason Emerging Markets Fund (managed fund)
Invest in an actively managed portfolio of carefully selected companies in the world’s fastest-growing economies.
EMMG invests in an actively managed, high-conviction portfolio of emerging market shares and aims to outperform the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, expressed in Australian dollars, over rolling five-year periods. The Fund is managed by Martin Currie, a leading equities manager and affiliate of Legg Mason.
Emerging markets lead the world in growth due to improving demographics, a rising middle class, urbanisation, disruptive technologies and social reform.
Emerging markets are at the forefront of the global tech revolution and include world-leading companies such as Samsung, Tencent and Alibaba.
Investors benefit from a high-conviction portfolio construction approach by experienced, award-winning investment manager Martin Currie.
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iNAV stands for Indicative Net Asset Value. It is updated every 60 seconds and provides an estimate of the net asset value of the Fund during the trading day
|Net Assets* ($A)||$9,721,685|
|Units Outstanding* (#)||1,834,721|
|Mgmt Costs** (% p.a.)||1.00%|
|Distribution Reinvestment Plan (DRP)||Full or partial participation available|
|Issuer||BetaShares Capital Ltd|
|Investment Manager||Legg Mason Asset Management Australia Limited|
|Fund Administrator||RBC Investor Services|
|Custodian||RBC Investor Services|
|Registry||Link Market Services|
|Bloomberg Code||EMMG AU|
|Trading Hours||10:00-16:00 (AEST)|
|iNAV IRESS Code||EMMGINAV.ETF|
|Bloomberg Index Ticker||N/A|
|Name (in alphabetical order)|
|AIA GROUP LTD|
|ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING-SP ADR|
|EPAM SYSTEMS INC|
|IND & COMM BK OF CHINA-H|
|LG CHEM LTD|
|PING AN INSURANCE GROUP CO-H|
|SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO LTD|
|TAIWAN SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFAC|
|TENCENT HOLDINGS LTD|
|3 year p.a||-||-|
|5 year p.a||-||-|
|Since inception (p.a)||7.27%||1.46%|
|12 Mth Distribution Yield* (%)||-|
|12 Mth Gross Distribution Yield* (%)||-|
|Ex Date||Record Date||Payment Date||Distribution Unit ($)||Annual Distribution Return (%) (1)|