Issuer: SPDR

State Street Global Advisors (State Street) is one of Australia's and the world's largest ETF issuers, both by the total number of ETFs and money invested (known as Funds Under Management or FUM). It is the name behind SPDR ETFs ("spider").

Globally, State Street manages over $US2.5 trillion.

State Street first opened its Australian offices in 1986 and employs 4,000 people throughout the Asia Pacific region.

State Street created the first ETF back in 1993. Today, the SPDR ETF name is known for index fund ETFs, rules-based ETFs and research. In Australia, SPDR ETFs are available in the Australian Shares, Global Shares and Australian Bonds sectors.

SPDR: All Funds

SPDR (ASX:BOND) ETF. The name’s… the SPDR BOND ETF. BOND invests in Australian bonds which are investment grade and denominated in Australian dollars with maturities more than one year.
SPDR (ASX:DJRE) ETF. The DJRE ETF by SPDR invests in global shares/securities of listed real estate investment trusts (REITs). Investors can use these property-focused ETFs to get global exposure to a broad basket of trusts and companies exposed to property, including office spaces, commercial rental spaces and construction projects.
SPDR (ASX:GOVT) ETF. The GOVT ETF by SPDR invests in Australian Government bonds issued by the Commonwealth/Federal Government, State Governments (Semis) and territories.
SPDR (ASX:OZF) ETF. The SPDR OZF ETF is a more unique ETF that invests in financial companies from within the ASX 200, while excluding A-REITs and other real-estate and development related companies.
SPDR (ASX:OZR) ETF. The SPDR OZR ETF invests in resources companies from within the ASX 200 and aims to track the S&P/ASX 200 Resources Index.
SPDR (ASX:QMIX) ETF. The QMIX ETF invests in mid-cap and large (blue chip) shares in over 20 developed markets but uses a multifactor approach to attempt to reduce risk.
SPDR (ASX:SFY) ETF. The SPDR SFY ETF is the only Australian ETF providing exposure to Australia’s top 50 listed companies, by market capitalisation. SFY provides a low-cost way to invest in the ASX’s top 50 companies through a single fund.
SPDR (ASX:SLF) ETF. The SLF ETF by SPDR invests in shares/securities of listed real estate investment trusts (REITs). Investors can use these property-focused ETFs to get exposure to a broad basket of trusts and companies exposed to property, including office spaces, commercial rental spaces and construction projects.
SPDR (ASX:SPY) ETF. The SPDR SPY ETF is the oldest ETF in the world and provides exposure to the 500 largest US-listed shares. These 500 shares represent approximately 80% of the total market capitalisation of the US stock market.
SPDR (ASX:SSO) ETF. The SPDR SSO ETF provides exposure to a diversified portfolio of Australian companies and tracks the S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Index. SSO is designed to capture the performance of the top 200 Australian small companies based on market cap, ranking from 101 to 300.
SPDR (ASX:STW) ETF. The SPDR STW ETF is Australia’s first ETF and has been operating for over 15 years. STW provides exposure to the largest 200 Australian shares, based on market capitalisation. This is a low-cost way to access top Australian companies through a single fund.
SPDR (ASX:SYI) ETF. The SPDR SYI ETF invests in a diversified portfolio of high-yielding ‘blue chip’ Australian companies – excluding real estate investment trusts (REITs). This ETF tracks the MSCI Australia Select High Dividend Yield Index.
SPDR (ASX:WDIV) ETF. WDIV invests in shares of global companies that have a strong track record for paying dividends to their investors (i.e. they have paid a dividend for at least 10 years in a row).
SPDR (ASX:WEMG) ETF. WEMG invests in shares of medium and large companies listed on stock markets from approximately 20 emerging markets.
SPDR (ASX:WXHG) ETF. The SPDR WXHG Fund invests in shares of larger companies listed on stock markets outside of Australia, and provides a hedged exposure.
SPDR (ASX:WXOZ) ETF. The SPDR WXOZ Fund invests in shares of larger companies listed on stock markets outside of Australia, without hedging.
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