List of BetaShares ETFs

BetaShares is one of Australia's largest ETF issuers, by the number of ETFs issued on the ASX and total funds under management (FUM).

BetaShares was founded in Sydney by a group of finance professionals who have a venture capital (VC) business called Apex Capital Partners. BetaShares was an 'in house' investment for Apex but grew quickly as ETFs took off.

Betashares is part-owned by Mirae Asset Global Investment Group, a specialist ETF business which manages nearly $130 billion.

BetaShares launched its first ETF in 2010 but has grown its ETF count rapidly to have more than 50 ETFs in the market today.

BetaShares has issued index fund ETFs, rules-based ETFs and actively managed funds in an ETF wrapper. To launch its active funds, BetaShares teamed up with Legg Mason and AMP.

List of BetaShares ETFs

Betashares (ASX:A200) ETF. The Betashares A200 ETF provides exposure to the largest 200 Australian companies, based on market capitalisation. Unlike many other Australian shares ETFs, A200 uses the Solactive Australia 200 Index. This is virtually the same thing as the indices provided by S&P/ASX, as it also uses a market capitalisation weighting.
BetaShares (ASX:AAA) ETF. The BetaShares AAA ETF provides investors with exposure to Australian cash, without the need to open a bank account or have capital locked up in a term deposit.
BetaShares (ASX:AGVT) ETF. The BetaShares AGVT ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of high-quality bonds issued by Australian federal and state governments, supranational banks and sovereign agencies.
BetaShares (ASX:ASIA) ETF. The BetaShares ASIA ETF provides investors with exposure to shares of the largest technology and online retail companies, that have their main area of business in Asia (excluding Japan).
Betashares (ASX:ATEC) ETF. The BetaShares ATEC ETF provides exposure to the top Australian technology companies that are listed on the ASX. This is a low-cost way to access the Australian technology sector through a single fund.
BetaShares (ASX:AUDS) ETF. The BetaShares AUDS Fund provides investors with geared exposure to the change in value of the Australian dollar, relative to the US dollar.
Betashares (ASX:AUST) ETF. The BetaShares AUST Fund is an actively managed fund that passively tracks the ASX 200, while providing investors with a risk managed approach that aims to minimise volatility and protect against losses in declining markets.
Betashares (ASX:BBOZ) ETF. The BetaShares BBOZ Fund is designed to provide protection from a declining Australian equity market. When the S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index falls, BBOZ aims to generate magnified returns for investors.
BetaShares (ASX:BBUS) ETF. The BetaShares BBUS Fund is designed to provide protection from a declining US share market. When the S&P 500 Total Return Index falls, BBUS aims to generate magnified returns for investors.
Betashares (ASX:BEAR) ETF. The BetaShares BEAR Fund is designed to provide inverse or opposite exposure to the largest Australian shares, based on market capitalisation. When the S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index falls, BEAR aims to generate positive returns for investors.
BetaShares (ASX:BNDS) ETF. The BetaShares Legg Mason BNDS Fund is an actively managed fund that aims to deliver income and maximise the investment opportunities from Australian fixed income markets.
BetaShares (ASX:BNKS) ETF. If you’re looking for an ETF made up entirely of global banks (ex-Australia), then BNKS provides a solution. This ETF tracks the Nasdaq Global ex-Australia Banks Hedged AUD Index.
BetaShares (ASX:CRED) ETF. The BetaShares CRED Fund provides investors with exposure to a portfolio a portfolio of investment-grade, fixed-rate Australian corporate bonds.
BetaShares (ASX:DBBF) ETF. The BetaShares DBBF ETF provides investors with a diversified portfolio of ethical assets, including shares and bonds, by screening out unethical industries and giving preference to sustainable companies.
BetaShares (ASX:DGGF) ETF. The BetaShares DGGF ETF provides investors with a diversified portfolio of ethical assets, including shares and bonds, by screening out unethical industries and giving preference to sustainable companies.
BetaShares (ASX:DHHF) ETF. The BetaShares DHHF ETF provides investors with a diversified portfolio of growth assets including Australian shares, international shares, and emerging market shares.
BetaShares (ASX:DMKT) ETF. THE DMKT ETF CLOSED IN DECEMBER 2020. The AMP Capital DMKT Fund was an actively managed hedge fund, with the aim of returning 4.5% p.a. above inflation, on a rolling 5-year basis. What that means is DMKT used rebalancing in combination with active investment strategies to attempt to outperform the market over time.
BetaShares (ASX:DRUG) ETF. The BetaShares DRUG ETF provides investors with exposure to leading global healthcare companies, hedged into Australian dollars.
BetaShares (ASX:DZZF) ETF. The BetaShares DZZF ETF provides investors with a diversified portfolio of ethical assets, including shares and bonds, by screening out unethical industries and giving preference to sustainable companies.
BetaShares (ASX:EEU) ETF. The BetaShares EEU ETF provides investors with exposure to the change in price of the Euro, relative to the Australian dollar.
Betashares (ASX:EINC) ETF. The BetaShares EINC Fund provides investors with an actively managed portfolio of high-yielding Australian companies. Legg Mason Asset Management is the investment manager for this fund.
BetaShares (ASX:EMMG) ETF. The BetaShares Legg Mason EMMG Fund is a concentrated and actively managed portfolio of emerging global equities. This fund aims to outperform the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, over a 5 year period.
BetaShares (ASX:ETHI) ETF. The BetaShares ETHI ETF provides investors with exposure to a diversified portfolio of global companies that fit within the environmental, social and governance (ESG) framework set, along with screening out companies with significant exposure to fossil fuels. ETHI has been certified by the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA), as part of the Responsible Investment Certification Program.
Betashares (ASX:EX20) ETF. The BetaShares EX20 ETF provides exposure to the largest 180 Australian shares, based on market capitalisation, excluding the top 20.
BetaShares (ASX:F100) ETF. The BetaShares F100 ETF provides investors with exposure to the largest 100 blue-chip companies on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), by market capitalisation.
Betashares (ASX:FAIR) ETF. The BetaShares FAIR ETF provides exposure to the largest Australian shares and focuses on companies which operate ethically. FAIR has been certified by the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA), as part of the Responsible Investment Certification Program.
BetaShares (ASX:FOOD) ETF. The BetaShares FOOD ETF provides investors with exposure to the performance of the largest agricultural companies in the world (excluding Australia), hedged into Australian dollars.
BetaShares (ASX:FUEL) ETF. The BetaShares FUEL ETF provides investors with exposure to the performance of the largest energy companies around the world, hedged into Australian dollars.
BetaShares (ASX:GBND) ETF. The BetaShares GBND ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of fixed-rate, investment-grade global and Australian bonds, with a significant allocation to “green bonds” which are issued to directly fund projects that have positive environmental and/or climate benefits.
Betashares (ASX:GEAR) ETF. BetaShares GEAR Fund is an internally geared fund, investing in the largest 200 companies on the ASX, by market capitalisation.
BetaShares (ASX:GGUS) ETF. The BetaShares GGUS Fund is an internally geared fund, investing in the largest 500 US-listed companies by market capitalisation.
BetaShares (ASX:GLIN) ETF. THE GLIN ETF CLOSED IN DECEMBER 2020. The AMP Capital GLIN ETF provided investors with an actively managed portfolio of global infrastructure securities, in both developed and emerging economies.
BetaShares (ASX:HACK) ETF. The BetaShares HACK ETF provides investors with exposure to the performance of the world’s largest companies involved in cybersecurity – a sector with strong growth prospects as businesses begin to place an increasing emphasis on cybersecurity and the protection of data.
BetaShares (ASX:HBRD) ETF. The BetaShares HBRD Fund provides investors with exposure to hybrids. Think of hybrids this way: companies can raise capital by either issuing debt or equity. Debt and equity each have different characteristics, advantages and disadvantages. Hybrid securities have some characteristics of both.
BetaShares (ASX:HEUR) ETF. The BetaShares HEUR ETF provides investors with exposure to the largest companies from within the Eurozone, while also generating a large portion of their revenues outside the Eurozone.
BetaShares (ASX:HJPN) ETF. The BetaShares HJPN ETF provides investors with exposure to leading Japanese equities, that generate most of their revenue from outside Japan. This ETF is hedged into AUD, to reduce exposure to the Japanese Yen.
Betashares (ASX:HVST) ETF. With the goal of providing a franked income stream of at least 1.5x the yield of the broad Australian sharemarket on an annual basis, BetaShares HVST ETF aims to pay income to investors monthly. Please note that HVST does not aim to track an index.
BetaShares (ASX:IIND) ETF. For investors looking for exposure to the Indian market, IIND is one of the only Australian ETFs that provides this exposure. IIND invests in 30 of the leading Indian companies, based on a quality approach, rather than market capitalisation.
BetaShares (ASX:INCM) ETF. The BetaShares INCM ETF provides investors with exposure to a diversified global portfolio of 100 high-yielding companies (ex-Australia), with a focus on companies that are able to generate sustainable income for investors.
BetaShares (ASX:MNRS) ETF. The BetaShares MNRS ETF provides investors with exposure to the performance of shares of the largest gold miners around the world, hedged into Australian dollars. This is a more indirect exposure to gold compared to physically-backed gold ETFs like GOLD and PMGOLD.
BetaShares (ASX:NDQ) ETF. The BetaShares NDQ ETF provides investors with exposure to the performance of the 100 largest non-financial companies listed on the NASDAQ stock market, weighted by market capitalisation.
BetaShares (ASX:OOO) ETF. The BetaShares OOO ETF provides investors with exposure to crude oil futures, hedged into Australian dollars.
BetaShares (ASX:POU) ETF. The BetaShares POU ETF provides investors with exposure to the performance of the British pound relative to the Australian dollar.
BetaShares (ASX:QAG) ETF. The BetaShares QAG ETF provides investors with exposure to a basket of the most significant global agricultural commodities, hedged into Australian dollars.
BetaShares (ASX:QAU) ETF. The BetaShares QAU ETF provides investors with exposure to the performance of gold bullion, hedged into Australian dollars.
BetaShares (ASX:QCB) ETF. The BetaShares QCB ETF provides investors with exposure to the performance of a broad basket of commodities, hedged into Australian dollars.
Betashares (ASX:QFN) ETF. The BetaShares QFN ETF is a more unique ETF that invests in financial companies from within the ASX 200, while excluding A-REITs. This ETF has a substantial exposure to the ‘Big 4’ Australian banks.
BetaShares (ASX:QLTY) ETF. The BetaShares QLTY ETF provides investors with exposure to a diversified portfolio of 150 leading global companies. These companies are ranked and selected by examining companies based on the following factors; high return of equity and profitability, low leverage and earnings stability.
Betashares (ASX:QOZ) ETF. The BetaShares QOZ ETF provides exposure to a ‘fundamentally weighted’ index of 200 large Australian shares. This ETF focuses on weighting the portfolio with a focus on ‘economic importance’ rather than market capitalisation, while also aiming to outperform traditional market-cap weighted indices.
BetaShares (ASX:QPON) ETF. The BetaShares QPON ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of some of the largest and most liquid senior floating rate bonds issued by Australian banks.

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