iShares bring you a range of insights to help you navigate towards your investment goals.
In the Spotlight – iShares

In the Spotlight – iShares


Barclays has joined up with the UK’s leading ETF providers to bring you a range of insights to help you navigate towards your investment goals. Here, iShares provides you with their most up-to-date information and literature.

ETFs can help change the way you manage your investments. ETFs combine the benefits of investment funds and shares, offering you diversified, efficient, cost-effective and transparent access to the world’s investment markets. Like all investments, the value of ETFs can go down as well as up, so you could lose money.

Institutional investors – such as pension funds, government agencies and private banks have been using ETFs for many years. Now, individual investors like you are able to access the same investment opportunities as these sophisticated and demanding investors – same fund, same costs, and same performance.

iShares – the world’s no.1 ETF provider

iShares® is the world’s largest ETF provider with more than $1 trillion in assets under management globally*.

With hundreds of ETFs listed on exchanges worldwide and over 37% market share globally, iShares has been championing ETFs as a better way of investing for over 15 years. Today iShares has 195 ETFs listed on the London Stock Exchange*.

  • Professional Quality - iShares delivers quality products that can help you navigate today’s volatile markets.
    • Individual Choice - As your partner, iShares helps you execute investment ideas with insights and support.
    • Responsible Innovation - As your partner, iShares helps you execute investment ideas with insights and support.

    It’s important to understand that ETFs are not guaranteed products – just like any investment in the stock or bond market, your initial investment is subject to loss. The value of your investment and income from it will fluctuate and your initial investment is not guaranteed.

    The fund specific risks on any ETF will vary depending on what the ETF invests in. For example, emerging market and commodities investments are often subject to higher levels of volatility and bond investments are often sensitive to movements in interest rates.  It is really important to understand the fund specific risks of any fund before you invest. That is why investors must read the Key Investor Information Document (KIID)prior to investing.

    LEARN MORE:

    Investor Guide to ETFs

    iShares Investor Guide to ETFs
    View the Investor Guide [PDF, 398KB]

    www.ishares.com

*BlackRock - correct as of May 31, 2015.

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