BetaShares F100 ETF (ASX:F100)

The BetaShares F100 ETF provides investors with exposure to the largest 100 blue-chip companies on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), by market capitalisation.

F100 share price & data

Ticker code: F100
Yearly fee (MER): 0.45%
FUM: $133.04 million
Monthly spread: 0.26%
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$25.00
$27.50
$30.00
$32.50
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$42.50
$25.00
$27.50
$30.00
$32.50
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$42.50
$25.00
$27.50
$30.00
$32.50
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$42.50
$25.00
$27.50
$30.00
$32.50
$35.00
$37.50
$40.00
$42.50
Range: 1 mth | 3 mths | 6 mths | 1 yr | 2 yrs | 5 yrs | 10 yrs

Prices updated using end of day data. Capital return only. FUM, fee and spread data updated monthly. Last updated: July 2020.

What does the F100 invest in?

F100 invests in leading companies on the LSE, such as like HBSC, Diageo and Unilever. It can be difficult to invest in individual companies on the LSE directly, so F100 could be a solution for investors looking for a tactical exposure to the U.K equity market.

What do investors use F100 for?

Investors looking to invest U.K based companies could use F100 in their portfolio to ’tilt’ their exposure to UK-listed companies. You could buy all of these companies yourself using a share brokerage account, but that would be a very expensive and time-consuming process.

F100 dividend information

Distributions

A half-yearly or ‘semi-annual’ distribution means the ETF or managed fund expects to return income (generated by the fund) or excess capital gains back to you, the investor, every six months.

DRP Status

A ‘full or partial’ Distribution Reinvestment Plan (DRP) means the ETF or managed fund allows you, the investor, to take none, some or all of your monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or yearly distributions as new units in the ETF/fund.

Fund Issuer

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

Best ETFs warnings

The following warnings are applied by our team, based on quantitative metrics and our internal methodology. These risks are not exhaustive and therefore they should not be relied upon. Always read the PDS of the function and speak to your financial adviser before acting on this information.

When an ETF does not have a sufficiently long track record — typically, we consider this to be at least 3 years — the ETF is could be at a higher risk of being closed down (if it doesn’t grow), and the historical performance and returns (if any) cannot be relied upon.

Tax Domicile

When a fund/ETF has a “domicile” of Australia it means it is a registered fund in Australia for tax purposes. This means investors who buy into this fund or ETF, and are Australian residents for tax purposes, will be subject to Australian taxes and regulation. 

Registry

Link Market Services is the second-largest share registry in Australia and operates from offices in 11 countries throughout Australasia, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe.

Sector Information

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