Exchange Traded Funds – Provider of the Year Award 2021
2021 Exchange Traded Funds Award
Provider of the Year
Canstar’s Exchange Traded Funds – Provider of the Year Award involves a sophisticated and unique methodology that compares eligible providers of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) in Australia. Providers are assessed across their range of available ETFs and the resources that they provide to assist investors in making better investment decisions.
Canstar’s Exchange Traded Funds Award recognises the provider that has achieved the highest overall score across a range of factors, including how closely an ETF tracks its benchmark, as well as each provider’s costs and fees and the information and educational support features it offers.
Released December 2021
Provider of the Year
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The Award results referred to in this article were published in December, 2021. View the Exchange Traded Funds Award Methodology for more information. The Award results do not include all providers and may not compare all features relevant to you. Awards are only one factor to take into account when considering providers. Please note that all information about performance returns is historical. Past performance should not be relied upon as an indicator of future performance; unit prices and the value of your investment may fall as well as rise. Costs, features, performance and other product information should be confirmed with the relevant financial institution.
ETFs are considered by ASIC to be complex financial products. Some are more complex and risky than others. For more information on ETFs and risks associated with them, see ASIC’s Moneysmart website.