R3 Global Dividend Growth ETF (GDVD)
|Day's Range||22.22 - 22.77|
|Inception Date||Mar 31, 2022|
The fund is an actively managed ETF that, under normal circumstances, invests at least 80% of its net assets, plus any borrowings for investment purposes, in dividend-paying equity securities at the time of purchase. The fund invests in equity securities of small, medium and large market capitalization companies and in growth and value stocks.
Top 10 Holdings29.53% of assets
|Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc||8306.T||3.05%|
|Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd||388.HK||2.76%|
|CLP Holdings Ltd||2.HK||2.68%|
|DBS Group Holdings Ltd||D05.SI||2.43%|
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