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CIMB S&P Ethical Asia Pacific Dividend ETF
04-10-2017, 11:38 AM.
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CIMB S&P Ethical Asia Pacific Dividend ETF
CIMB S&P Ethical Asia Pacific Dividend ETF
 
The investment objective of the CIMB S&P Ethical Asia Pacific Dividend ETF is to provide investment results that, before expenses, closely correspond to the performance of the S&P Ethical Pan Asia Select Dividend Opportunities Index. 


Full Holdings (as at 31/08/2017)

No.
Stock name
Percentage (%)
1.
S-Oil Corp
5.20%
2.
Vicinity Centres
3.77%
3.
CapitaLand Mall Trust
3.46%
4.
Lenovo Group Ltd
3.25%
5.
China Petroleum & Chemical
3.19%
6.
Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust
3.14%
7.
Telstra Corp Ltd
3.14%
8.
PCCW Ltd
3.12%
9.
ComfortDelGro Corp Ltd
3.11%
10.
Singapore Airlines Ltd
3.04%
 
11.
Mirvac Group
3.00%
12.
Huaneng Power International
2.99%
13.
HKT Trust and HKT Ltd
2.93%
14.
China Resources Power Holding
2.85%
15.
Suntec REIT
2.80%
16.
Singapore Technologies Engineering
2.75%
17.
New World Development
2.59%
18.
APA Group
2.53%
19.
Sino Land Co
2.36%
 
20.
Link REIT
2.28%
21.
Bank of Queensland Ltd
2.28%
22.
Hyundai Motor Co Ltd
2.27%
23.
National Australia Bank Ltd
2.16%
24.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
2.14%
25.
Power Assets Holdings Ltd
2.13%
26.
Singapore Telecommunications
2.11%
27.
Hang Lung Properties Ltd
2.08%
28.
Digi.com Bhd
2.05%
 
29.
China Huarong Asset Management
2.00%
30.
Bank of Communications
2.00%
31.
Westpac Banking Corporation
1.94%
32.
China Construction Bank
1.87%
33.
CLP Holdings Ltd
1.83%
34.
Industrial & Commercial Bank of China
1.82%
35.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group
1.78%
36.
Agricultural Bank of China
1.76%
37.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
1.50%
38.
China Cinda Asset Management
1.47%
39.
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Ltd
1.12%
40.
BOC Hong Kong Holdings Ltd
1.11%
41.
Cash & Cash Equivalents
1.07%



In terms of diversification, this offers a fairly diversified mix across markets in APAC.

I do think the fees is high, but that seems to be a feature across ETFs available to us.

Distributions over the last four years are

US$0.047 per unit - 2013 - 4.32% Yield
US$0.055 per unit - 2014 - 5.16% Yield
US$0.042 per unit - 2015 - 4.78% Yield
US$0.031 per unit - 2016 - 3.8% Yield

Net Asset Value - Calculated at End Day (as at 03/10/2017)
Fund Name Stock Code NAV per Unit (USD) Previous NAV per Unit (USD) Change (USD) Change (%) Total NAV(USD, mil) Last Updated
CIMB S&P Ethical Asia Pacific Dividend ETF P5P 0.953 0.949 0.004 0.42 18.576 03 October 2017

Planned Distribution in 2017


CompaCompany Name Type Ex-Date Record Date Date Paid/Payable Particulars

CIMB S&P ASIA PACIFIC DIVIDEND
DIVIDEND 13 Oct 2017 17 Oct 2017 27 Oct 2017 USD 0.031

ny Name

Type
Ex-Date
Record Date
Date Paid/Payable
Particulars
CIMB S&P ASIA PACIFIC DIVIDEND
DIVIDEND
13 Oct 2017
17 Oct 2017
27 Oct 2017
USD 0.031

That is roughly 3% yield.

The yield is not very attractive, but if you want a diversified basket of stocks across markets, yielding 3%, this could be worth a look


Fund Name
Stock Code
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