LGIM's L&G Battery Value-Chain UCITS ETF (BATT) has amassed more than $357 million in net inflows this year and is closing in on the $1 billion AuM mark with $960 million under its belt today.
As of October 31st, 2021, BATT index's sector exposure includes Industrials (33.6%), Consumer Discretionary (31%), Materials (19.3%), Information Technology (12.8%) and Communication Services (3.3%). As for country allocation, the United States holds the number one spot (27.7%) followed by Japan (21.2%), South Korea (11.3%), Australia (7.6%) and Germany (6.2%).
As of November 22nd, 2021, the fund's 31 holdings (ex.Cash) include Hyundai Electric & Energy System (3.56%), Mineral Resources (3.55%), Global & Yuasa Battery Co Ltd (3.53%), Sumitomo Electric Industries (3.47%), TDK Corporation (3.46%), ABB Ltd (3.41%) and NGK Insulators (3.38%). For full list of holdings click here.
Since inception on January 23rd, 2018, the fund generated more than 90% in gains. BATT has an expense ratio of 0.49% and trades on multiple European exchanges including the London Stock Exchange (BATG/BATT), Borsa Italiana (BATT), Deutsche Börse (BATE), Euronext (BATT) and SIX Swiss Exchange (BATT).
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