WINNER: Money Magazine’s Best International Shares ETF
  • WINNER: Money Magazine’s Best International Shares ETF

    December 2021

    Our International Quality ETF (QUAL) has been awarded
    Money Magazine’s 'Best International Shares ETF' for 2022!

    This is QUAL’s third award this year, having also won Lonsec’s Passive Fund of the Year and Financial Standard’s Investment Leadership Award for International Equities Active Core.

    Since inception QUAL has returned 18.37% p.a.

    QUAL
    Performance
    1 Year
    (%)
    3 Years
    (% p.a.)
    5 Years
    (% p.a.)
    Since Inception
    (% p.a.)
    30.57
    24.22
    20.33
    18.37

    Source: Bloomberg. Data as at 30 November 2021. QUAL inception date is 29 October 2014. The table above shows past performance of QUAL. Results are calculated to the last business day of the month and assume immediate reinvestment of distributions. QUAL results are net of management costs and expenses, but before brokerage fees or bid/ask spreads incurred when investors buy/sell on the ASX. Returns for periods longer than one year are annualised. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.


    Learn more about QUAL here.



    The awards are determined using proprietary methodologies. The awards are solely statements of opinion and do not represent recommendations to make investment decisions.

    VanEck Investments Limited ACN 146 596 116 AFSL 416755 (‘VanEck’) is the responsible entity and issuer of units in the VanEck MSCI International Quality ETF (QUAL). This is general advice only, not personal financial advice. It does not take into account any person’s individual objectives, financial situation or needs. Read the PDS and speak with a financial adviser to determine if the fund is appropriate for your circumstances. The PDS is available here. The Target Market Determination is available here.

    An investment in QUAL carries risks associated with: financial markets generally, individual company management, industry sectors, ASX trading time differences, foreign currency, country or sector concentration, political, regulatory and tax risks, fund operations and tracking an index. See the PDS for details. No member of the VanEck group of companies guarantees the repayment of capital, the payment of income, performance, or any particular rate of return from any fund.