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Conservative Multi Asset ETF
VanEck Multi-Asset Conservative Allocation UCITS ETF

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Conservative Multi Asset ETF
VanEck Multi-Asset Conservative Allocation UCITS ETF

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Fund Description

The VanEck Multi-Asset Conservative Allocation UCITS ETF makes multi-asset investing easy, bringing it within reach of the average investor. By investing across stocks, bonds and real estate, it makes investments more defensive, without necessarily eating into returns. This version of the ETF is the most defensive.

  • NAV
    €59.54

    as of 17 May 2024
  • YTD RETURNS
    1.49%

    as of 17 May 2024
  • Total Net Assets
    €20.7 million

    as of 17 May 2024
  • Total Expense Ratio
    0.28%
  • Inception Date
    14 Dec 2009
  • SFDR Classification
    Article 8

Overview

Fund Description

The VanEck Multi-Asset Conservative Allocation UCITS ETF makes multi-asset investing easy, bringing it within reach of the average investor. By investing across stocks, bonds and real estate, it makes investments more defensive, without necessarily eating into returns. This version of the ETF is the most defensive.

  • One-stop-shop for your investment portfolio
  • Tailored to your risk preferences
  • Award-winning: Morningstar Netherlands gave VanEck Multi-Asset Conservative UCITS ETF the ‘Best Mixed Fund EUR Award’ 2020
  • Diversified across stocks and bonds from roughly 250 companies and governments
  • Annually rebalanced across equities, government bonds, corporate bonds and real estate stocks
  • A 12-year record of delivering attractive returns for investors1
  • All-in costs of just 0.28% a year
1Launched 14 December 2009. Past performance is not a guarantee of future performance. Risk factors: Credit Risk, Interest Rate Risk, Equity Market Risk


Underlying Index

Multi-Asset Conservative Allocation Index (TTMTIDF)

Fund Highlights

  • One-stop-shop for your investment portfolio
  • Tailored to your risk preferences
  • Award-winning: Morningstar Netherlands gave VanEck Multi-Asset Conservative UCITS ETF the ‘Best Mixed Fund EUR Award’ 2020
  • Diversified across stocks and bonds from roughly 250 companies and governments
  • Annually rebalanced across equities, government bonds, corporate bonds and real estate stocks
  • A 12-year record of delivering attractive returns for investors1
  • All-in costs of just 0.28% a year
1Launched 14 December 2009. Past performance is not a guarantee of future performance. Risk factors: Credit Risk, Interest Rate Risk, Equity Market Risk


Underlying Index

Multi-Asset Conservative Allocation Index (TTMTIDF)

Performance

Holdings

Portfolio

Distributions

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Index

Index Description

The Multi-Asset Conservative Allocation Index is composed of different indices with the following weights:

  • 25% Solactive Sustainable World Equity Index
  • 5% GPR Global 100 Index
  • 35% iBoxx SD-KPI EUR Liquid Corporates Index
  • 35% Markit iBoxx EUR Liquid Sovereign Diversified 1-10 Index

The exposure to equities and bonds will be achieved through direct investments. In total approximately 400 positions are held.

Index Key Points

Underlying Index
Multi-Asset Conservative Allocation Index (TTMTIDF)

Index composition
The index has the followings specifications:

• The indices allocation is reviewed annually on the first Tuesday of September, so that the allocation corresponds to the original ratio again.
• If this is not a trading day, the review will take place on the next following trading day.
• The equity universe of the underlying indices consists of companies from developed countries around the world.
• The bond universe of the underlying indices consists of euro denominated government and corporate bonds.

More information on the rules of the underlying indices is available in the prospectus under ‘documents’ on www.vanecketfs.nl or www.vaneck.com

 

Index Provider
IHS Markit

 

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