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​About Ashburton ETFs

Each portfolio aims to replicate or track (before expenses) the performance of an applicable Index (the Index) in terms of both the price performance and the income from the component securities of the Index. This allows investors the opportunity to obtain market exposure to the performance of the Index in an easily tradeable form through the shares being listed on the JSE.

The investment policy of each portfolio is to replicate the price movement and income yield of the index that it is designed to track. This is achieved by purchasing the constituent securities in the same weighting as they are included in the relevant index. The asset manager is not mandated, nor incentivised, to outperform the index.

See performance

It is easy to keep an eye on the funds' performance. Here's how:

  • Go to the fund page and look at the fund card at the bottom. The fund pages for each are under Investment range, Exchange Traded Funds.
  • Go to the Pricing and performance tool under Performance.
  • Go to the fund fact sheet which can be found in two places, under Performance, Fund fact sheets and performance summary or on the fund page.
  • Go to the fund explorer under Investment range, Fund explorer and type the names of the funds which you would like to compare.

Find other information

Keep an eye on the tab Insights, Company news and on the fund pages on the right under the heading "Related articles" to read the SENS announcements and other articles related to the exchange traded funds.