Looks like the holdings for the S100 ETF are incorrect, or am I misinterpreting this somehow? Link to the ETF can be found
I was expecting to see UK companies as show from the ETF factsheet,
If I invest in this ETF, does this mean my holdings would be incorrect?
The holdings are received directly from providers, so this should be correct.
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Hi, well if that’s the case, then Invesco have the wrong holdings!
Thank you for bringing the issue to our attention.
We appreciate your feedback and want to assure you that we are actively working to resolve the incorrect holdings displayed for the Invesco ETF. Our team is in contact with our data providers to rectify the situation promptly.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused and want to thank you for your understanding.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
I believe this ETF is synthetic, so it displays different holdings than the ETF tracks.
Here is a link to explain all
We’ve had a number of questions regarding the holdings data we show for one of our ETFs,
Lyxor MSCI Semiconductors ETF(SEMG // LU1900066033)
This one is a complicated one. It took a bit of digging into and so I felt it was worth sharing the details…
We’ve had quite a few conversations with our data vendor (Tumelo). They in turn have been directly in contact with the fund manager Lyxor. We received the following information and details back:
“We display the assets that a fund legally holds a…
Thank you for bringing the issue regarding the incorrect holdings displayed for the Invesco ETF to our attention. We sincerely appreciate your feedback.
I’m pleased to inform you that we have resolved the problem by contacting our data providers. The correct holdings for the Invesco ETF are now being displayed accurately.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
We are always here to assist you.
Thanks, this is interesting!
Thank you, this is good news!