Access the widest range of emerging markets ETFs in the industry*

iShares Emerging Markets ETFs

iShares' Emerging Markets ETF suite offers the most comprehensive range of funds in the industry and provides multiple ways to capture broad exposure, access specific themes or express views on markets that are increasingly accessible to international investment.1

* Source: BlackRock based on 83 different iShares Emerging Markets ETFs as at 24/10/2017
1. Based on over 800 ETFs globally as at 30/09/2017

Ways to Get Started

 

Capital at risk: All financial investments involve an element of risk. Therefore, the value of your investment and the income from it will vary and your initial investment amount cannot be guaranteed.

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Why iShares ETFs

  • Efficiency and access

    ETFs are traded on stock exchanges, so adding to an investment is just as straightforward as taking away. Keep in mind that at times emerging market funds may be more difficult to buy and sell than developed market funds. When buying and selling ETFs, it is important to remember that transaction or brokerage fees will apply and that liquidity is not guaranteed.

  • Cost effectiveness

    ETFs may have low costs compared with other types of investment funds.

  • Diversification

    ETFs offer access to a world of investing ideas. They cover a broad range of asset classes, sectors and geographies and each ETF gives exposure to a range of securities, all within a single trade. This could help to spread risk and avoids putting all your eggs in one basket. ETFs are not guaranteed products – Capital at risk. All financial investments involve an element of risk. Therefore, the value of your investment and the income from it will vary and your initial investment amount cannot be guaranteed.

  • Transparency

    With iShares ETFs, you can see on a daily basis what securities the fund holds, how it’s performing and associated costs.

 


Risks

  • Past performance is not a guide to future performance and should not be the sole consideration when selecting a product.
  • Investors should note that investing in emerging markets typically involves higher risks than investing in developed markets due to geopolitical instability, regulatory changes and currency fluctuations. There is greater potential for loss of your investment and capital.

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