iShares offers a wide range of European equity ETFs, whether you want to invest in the broad market or a single country.

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30 June 2018.


Largest European equity ETF

Largest European equity ETF

The iShares Euro STOXX 50 UCITS ETF is the largest European equity ETF in the UCITS universe based on assets under management (AUM).
Source: Bloomberg

European equity ETF with the highest liquidity

Most liquid European equity ETF

The iShares Euro STOXX 50 UCITS ETF has the highest trading liquidity in the European equity UCITS universe, based on 12m average daily trading volume (ADV).
Source: Bloomberg.

European equity ETF with affordable fees

Lowest cost European equity ETF

The iShares MSCI Europe UCITS ETF is the lowest cost MSCI Europe ETF in the UCITS universe based on total expense ratio (TER).
Source: Morningstar.

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Concentration Risk: Investment risk is concentrated in specific sectors, countries, currencies or companies. This means the fund is more sensitive to any localised economic, market, political or regulatory events.

Counterparty Risk: The insolvency of any institutions providing services such as safekeeping of assets or acting as counterparty to derivatives or other instruments, may expose the Share Class to financial loss.

Emerging Markets Risk: Emerging markets are generally more sensitive to economic and political conditions than developed markets. Other factors include greater 'Liquidity Risk', restrictions on investment or transfer of assets and failed/delayed delivery of securities or payments to the fund.

Equity Risk: The value of equities and equity-related securities can be affected by daily stock market movements. Other influential factors include political, economic news, company earnings and significant corporate events.

Liquidity Risk: Lower liquidity means there are insufficient buyers or sellers to allow the fund to sell or buy investments readily.

Non-Investment Grade Risk: Non-investment grade fixed income securities are more sensitive to changes in interest rates and present greater ‘Credit Risk’ than higher rated fixed income securities.

Smaller Companies Risk: Shares in smaller companies typically trade in less volume and experience greater price variations than larger companies.

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