VanEck Vectors Australian Corporate Bond Plus ETF

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VanEck Vectors Australian Corporate Bond Plus ETF PLUS

Fund description: PLUS invests in a diversified portfolio of Australian dollar denominated bonds consisting predominantly of the highest yielding investment grade corporate bonds issued in Australia with the aim of providing investment returns (before fees and other costs) that track the performance of the Markit iBoxx AUD Corporates Yield Plus Index.

Index description:  The Markit iBoxx AUD Corporates Yield Plus Index (IBXXAUY1) is designed to reflect the performance of the higher-yielding AUD denominated corporate bond market with credit ratings from AAA to BB-. Investment Grade bonds must make up at least 80% of the portfolio.

 as at 22-Feb-19

  • Exchange

    ASX
  • ASX code

    PLUS
  • Bloomberg index code

    IBXXAUY1
  • Index provider

    Markit Indices Limited
  • NAV

    $17.70
  • Units outstanding

    15,156,641
  • Net assets

    $268.2M
  • Number of holdings

    133
  • Inception date1

    09-May-17
  • ASX commencement

    11-May-17

1The date the Fund was seeded prior to quotation on ASX.

as at 22-Feb-19

Dividend history

Dividend
Period
Ending
Payment Date Cash Dividend
(cents per unit, AUD)
Part subject to
interest
withholding tax
(cents per unit, AUD)
Part subject to
dividend
withholding tax
(cents per unit, AUD)
Part subject to
fund payment
withholding tax
(cents per unit, AUD)
Income year
to which the
dividend relates
31-Dec-18 17-Jan-19 15.000000 0.055500 0.000000 0.025500 2019
30-Sep-18 16-Oct-18 14.000000 0.039200 0.000000 0.000000 2019
30-Jun-18 24-Jul-18 15.000000 0.384000 0.000000 0.000000 2018
31-Mar-18 16-Apr-18 16.000000 0.051040 0.000000 0.000000 2018
31-Dec-17 23-Jan-18 16.000000 0.887961 0.000000 0.000000 2018
30-Sep-17 17-Oct-17 15.000000 0.000040 0.000000 0.756481 2018
30-Jun-17 18-Jul-17 1.420000 0.250062 0.000000 0.930000 2017

Dividend figures in the table above represent past dividends declared and paid by the above Fund. There is no guarantee that a dividend will be declared, or that if declared, the amount of any dividend would remain constant or increase over time. Tax consequences of dividends may vary between investors as taxpayers. See the PDS for more details.

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