Unit Trust (UK UCITS compliant)

Legal & General Global Real Estate Dividend Index Fund

ISIN

Fund facts

Fund size
£1,018.2m
Base currency
GBP
Launch date
25 Jan 2016
Domicile
UK
Share class launch

Statistics

As at 31 Mar 2022

Fund aim

The objective of the fund is to provide a combination of income and growth by tracking the performance of the FTSE EPRA Nareit Developed Dividend Plus Index (the “Index”). This objective is after the deduction of charges and taxation.

Benchmark

FTSE Cus EPRA Nareit Dev Div + 3pm (15:00 UK) TR

  • What does it invest in? Invests in shares of property companies whose main business is to invest in and manage properties throughout the developed world.
  • How does it invest? Passively managed, aiming to replicate the performance of the Index.

Further details

Costs

Dilution adjustment
0.29%- round trip

Codes

Dealing information

Valuation frequencyDaily, 3pm (UK time)
Dealing frequencyDaily
Settlement periodT+4

Performance

Source: Lipper

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    Performance for the C Acc unit class in GBP, launched on 25 January 2016. Source: Lipper. Performance assumes all fund charges have been taken and that all income generated by the investments, after deduction of tax, remains in the fund.

    Past performance is not a guide to the future.

    Performance for the C Inc unit class in GBP, launched on 25 January 2016. Source: Lipper. Performance assumes all fund charges have been taken and that all income generated by the investments, after deduction of tax, remains in the fund.

    Past performance is not a guide to the future.

    Performance for the I Acc unit class in GBP, launched on 25 January 2016. Source: Lipper. Performance assumes all fund charges have been taken and that all income generated by the investments, after deduction of tax, remains in the fund.

    Past performance is not a guide to the future.

    Performance for the I Inc unit class in GBP, launched on 25 January 2016. Source: Lipper. Performance assumes all fund charges have been taken and that all income generated by the investments, after deduction of tax, remains in the fund.

    Past performance is not a guide to the future.

    Performance for the L Acc unit class in GBP, launched on 25 January 2016. Source: Lipper. Performance assumes all fund charges have been taken and that all income generated by the investments, after deduction of tax, remains in the fund.

    Past performance is not a guide to the future.

    Performance for the L Inc unit class in GBP, launched on 25 January 2016. Source: Lipper. Performance assumes all fund charges have been taken and that all income generated by the investments, after deduction of tax, remains in the fund.

    Past performance is not a guide to the future.

    Portfolio

    As at 31 Mar 2022. All data source LGIM unless otherwise stated. Totals may not sum due to rounding. In order to minimise transaction costs, the Fund will not always own all the assets that constitute the index and on occasion it will own assets that are not in the index.

    Sector (%)

    Real Estate99.9
    Consumer Discretionary0.1
    Other0.0

    Market capitalisation (%)

    Large25.7
    Mid40.9
    Small33.4
    Undefined-
    Top 10 holdings25.6
    Rest of portfolio74.4
    No. of holdings in fund314
    No. of holdings in index314

    Top 10 holdings (%)

    Public Storage3.9
    Simon Property Group2.8
    Welltower2.8
    Digital Realty Trust2.6
    Realty Income2.6
    Vonovia2.4
    Avalonbay Communities2.3
    Alexandria Real Estate Equities2.2
    Equity Residential2.2
    Extra Space Storage1.8

    Country (%)

    United States57.6
    Japan9.2
    Hong Kong5.9
    Australia4.6
    Singapore4.1
    United Kingdom4.0
    Germany4.0
    Canada3.8
    Sweden1.8
    Other5.2

    Management Team

    The Index Fund Management team comprises 25 fund managers, supported by two analysts. Management oversight is provided by the Global Head of Index Funds. The team has average industry experience of 15 years, of which seven years has been at LGIM, and is focused on achieving the equally important objectives of close tracking and maximising returns.

    LGIMIndex Fund Management Team

    Literature

    Income

    Latest dividends

    The latest dividends are shown below. The historic level of income generated by this fund may go down as well up and will vary over time.

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    Dividend history

    Total dividends paid in each financial year of the fund.

    Prices

    Name
    I GBP Acc
    Price
    78.90p
    Change (%)
    0.24
    Currency
    GBP
    Price time
    15:00 UK time
    Name
    I GBP Inc
    Price
    65.88p
    Change (%)
    0.24
    Currency
    GBP
    Price time
    15:00 UK time
    Name
    C GBP Acc
    Price
    79.13p
    Change (%)
    0.23
    Currency
    GBP
    Price time
    15:00 UK time
    Name
    C GBP Inc
    Price
    66.11p
    Change (%)
    0.24
    Currency
    GBP
    Price time
    15:00 UK time

    A single swing price is displayed from 1st December 2020. Prior to this date, Bid and Offer prices are displayed for those funds that were previously dual priced.

    Key risks

    The value of an investment and any income taken from it is not guaranteed and can go down as well as up, you may not get back the amount you originally invested.

    Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

    Most of the fund holds investments from a particular market sector, that of property company shares and REITs. Funds like this can be more volatile than funds that invest across many market sectors. This is because the value of the fund can go up and down more often and by larger amounts than funds that are spread more widely, especially in the short term.

    The fund invests in property companies and REITs. These investments tend to be more volatile than investing directly in property because they can go up and down in value more often and by larger amounts, especially in the short term. These risks may increase with market uncertainty and it could become even less easy for your fund to buy and sell investments. If this happens, the value of your fund may fall and in extreme circumstances this may also force a delay in buying and selling your investment in the fund, which may mean you have to wait for your money to be invested or returned. The fund can only delay paying out if it is in the interests of all investors and with the permission of the fund trustee or depositary.

    The fund could lose money if any institution providing services such as acting as counterparty to derivatives or other instruments, becomes unwilling or unable to meet its obligations to the fund.

    Derivatives are highly sensitive to changes in the value of the asset on which they are based and can increase the size of losses and gains.

    The fund may have underlying investments that are valued in currencies that are different from sterling (British pounds). Exchange rate fluctuations will impact the value of your investment. Currency hedging techniques may be applied to reduce this impact but may not entirely eliminate it.

    We may take some or all of the ongoing charges from the fund's capital rather than the fund's income. This increases the amount of income, but it reduces the growth potential and may lead to a fall in the value of the fund.