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UK Equity and Bond ETFs

Investing in the UK 

Sometimes, there’s no place like home. It’s where it started for us back in 2001 with our CAC 40 ETF, the first of its kind in Europe. Since then we’ve grown our range of domestic market explorers to ensure many more people can access the names they know best however and whenever they want to. 

Our UK equity ETFs allow you to home in on household names with the FTSE 100, or spot the next big thing with the FTSE 250 or FTSE All-Share. For the more cautious investor, we have a number of government and corporate bond ETFs. For low cost, high-performing UK exposures, look no further.  

We stop at nothing to ensure each fund tracks precisely and trades efficiently. If performance is your priority, look no further. 

Chan Samadder, Head of Equity ETFs

Why Lyxor for UK exposures

Far reaching

Far reaching

6 ways to access the UK, including large caps, mid caps, government bonds and corporate bonds

Performance

Performance

The best performing and most efficient FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 ETFs on the market over five years*

Low cost

Low cost

At just 0.07%, the cheapest, best performing and most efficient UK gilts ETF on the market over one year*

Innovative

Innovative

At just 0.04%, the cheapest UK equity ETF on the market 

Dependable

Dependable

Over 10 years’ experience managing UK ETFs, with €865m in assets*

*Source: Lyxor International Asset Management. Data as at 31/01/2018. Efficiency data is based on the efficiency indicator created by Lyxor‘s research department in 2013. It examines 3 components of performance: tracking error, liquidity and spread purchase/sale. Each peer group includes the relevant Lyxor ETF share-class and the 4 largest ETF share-classes issued by other providers, representing market-share of at least 5% on the relative index. ETF sizes are considered as an average of AUM levels observed over the relevant time period. Detailed methodology may be found in the paper ‘Measuring Performance of Exchange Traded Funds’ by Marlène Hassine and Thierry Roncalli. Past performance is no guide to future returns.

The figures relating to past performances refer to past periods and are not a reliable indicator for future results. This also applies to historical market data.

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