iShares S&P/ASX 20 ETF (ILC)

iShares S&P/ASX 20 ETF was known prior to 4 February 2014 as iShares S&P/ASX 20 Index Fund.

The iShares S&P/ASX 20 ETF (the "Fund") aims to provide investors with the performance of the market, before fees and expenses, as represented by the S&P/ASX 20 Index (the "Index"). The Fund invests in Australian shares and trusts listed on the Australian Securities Exchange ("ASX"), and seeks to use a full replication strategy to track the performance of the Index.

The Index includes the 20 largest stocks by market capitalisation in the Australian equities market. Index constituents are drawn from eligible companies listed on the ASX. The Index is the narrowest market capitalisation-based index of the S&P/ASX Australian indices.

All dollar amounts are in Australian dollars. All dates and times are in Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Estimated Intraday NAV (EIN)1  as at N/A

  Time (AUD)
EIN

Trading Information

Exchange ASX
Ticker ILC
ISIN AU000000ILC9
SEDOL B53NP16
Bloomberg NAV ILCNAV
Bloomberg Estimated Intraday NAV (EIN) ILCIV
Bloomberg Shares Outstanding ILCSHO
Bloomberg Index ASA26
IRESS Estimated Intraday NAV (EIN) ILCNAV.ETF

Benchmark Information

Underlying Index S&P/ASX 20 Index

Fundamentals  as at 31 August 2014

Price to Earnings Ratio
The price/earnings ratio is the latest closing price divided by the latest 12 months' earnings per share. P/E and P/B ratios are useful in comparing different equities in the same sector, e.g., individual financial companies. They are less commonly used by iShares investors because iShares ETFs represent a basket of securities across a wide universe of companies.
17.52
Price to Book Ratio
The price to book ratio is the latest closing price divided by the book value per share. Book value is an accounting term representing total assets less intangible assets and liabilities, and represents the total value of the companys assets that shareholders would theoretically receive if a company were liquidated. P/E and P/B ratios are useful in comparing different equities in the same sector, e.g., individual financial companies. They are less commonly used by iShares investors because iShares ETFs represent a basket of securities across a wide universe of companies.
2.82

Profile  as at 22 September 2014

Total Net Assets (000) $219,685
Management Costs3 0.24%
Units Outstanding 8,886,786
Inception Date
Inception date is the date when the fund was seeded prior to trading on the ASX.
6 December 2010
First Traded on ASX 9 December 2010
Domicile Australia
Base Currency AUD

Top Holdings  as at 22 September 2014

COMMONWEALTH BANK OF 13.51%
BHP BILLITON LIMITED 12.20%
WESTPAC BANKING CORP 10.98%
AUST AND NZ BANKING 9.37%
NATIONAL AUSTRALIA B 8.53%
TELSTRA CORP LTD 7.26%
WESFARMERS LTD 5.32%
WOOLWORTHS LTD 4.77%
CSL LTD 3.78%
WOODSIDE PETROLEUM L 3.22%
  Others 21.05%
Total 78.95%

Top Sectors  as at 22 September 2014

Financials 55.01%
Materials 15.05%
Consumer Staples 10.09%
Telecommunication Services 7.26%
Energy 5.01%
Health Care 3.78%
Industrials 1.65%
  Others 2.15%
Total 97.85%
  1. Estimated Intraday NAV is indicative only and is provided on a delayed basis by Interactive Data Managed Solutions. (See disclaimers)
  2. The performance quoted represents past performance and does not guarantee future results.
  3. Total management fees and expenses as an annual percentage of net assets value.

Fund Performance - Additional Information
The performance figures represent past performance of the funds. Performance is not indicative of future performance. Performance figures for the funds shown are calculated after fund management fees and expenses, and assume reinvestment of distributions. Performance figures are in Australian dollars, where stated. Performance is calculated to the last business day of the month. Performance figures for an International iShares fund are provided in US dollars by the administrator of the fund. In respect of the managed investment scheme Australian iShares funds quoted on ASX, dates and times are Australian Eastern Standard Time. In respect of the international iShares funds cross-listed on the ASX, dates and times are US Eastern Standard Time. Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor's units, when sold or redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. An iShares fund is not actively managed. You cannot invest directly in an index. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance shown.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Before investing in an iShares exchange traded fund, you should carefully consider whether such products are appropriate for you, read the applicable prospectus or product disclosure statement available at iShares.com.au and consult an investment adviser.