Introducing the first Saudi Arabia ETF in Europe
Saudi Arabia is in the early stages of a huge social and economic transformation, and you can now gain exposure to the growth opportunities through our new fund. This is the first ETF in Europe that provides access to the Middle East’s largest economy. Introducing the first Saudi Arabia ETF in Europe.
• What’s driving the growth in Saudi Arabia
• Why we think it’s worth considering investing in Saudi Arabia
• About the index and our Saudi Arabia ETF
The Invesco MSCI Saudi Arabia UCITS ETF aims to provide the performance of the MSCI Saudi Arabia 20/35 Capped Index, after the impact of fees.
The MSCI Saudi Arabia 20/35 Capped Index captures the large and mid-cap securities of the Saudi Arabia market. The weight of the largest group entity in the index is constrained to 35% and the weights of all other entities are constrained to a maximum of 20%. The index covers approximately 85% of the free float-adjusted market capitalization in Saudi Arabia.
Investors should note that the price of your investment may go down as well as up. As a result, you may not get back the amount of capital you invest.
As this is an emerging markets ETF, investors should be prepared to accept a higher degree of risk than for an ETF investing in the securities of issuers in other more established economies or developed countries, as difficulties in dealing, settlement and custody could arise.
The Fund is exposed to the risk of bankruptcy, or any other type of default of the counterparty related to any trading transaction entered into by the Fund.
In order to reach its investment objective, the Fund enters into swap agreements which provide the performance of the Reference Index, and may imply a range of risks which could lead to an adjustment or even the early termination of the swap agreement.
On-exchange liquidity may be limited due insufficient demand, Reference Index suspension, a decision by one of the relevant stock exchanges, or a breach by the market maker of respective stock exchange requirements and guidelines. This may result in share prices that differ significantly from the NAV.
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