What is Securities Lending?

Securities Lending is a well-established and tightly regulated practice involving the short-term transfer (loan) of securities. The objective is to enhance the ETF’s overall performance.

When a security is loaned, the borrower (who has been approved by Invesco and the Lending Agent) provides collateral and pays an agreed fee for the duration of the loan. Collateral is an asset that a lender accepts as security for a loan. If the borrower defaults on the loan payments, the lender can seize the collateral and resell it to recoup its losses.

 

How much revenue goes to the ETF?

The ETF will receive 90% of the revenue arising from securities lending, with the remaining 10% deducted by the Lending Agent, Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon), for its fees and to cover direct and indirect operational costs. Invesco will not receive any revenue from the programme.

Risks to consider
Securities lending involves certain risks that an investor should consider, including:

  • The risk of the borrower defaulting on its obligation to return the securities at the end of the loan period, and
  • The risk of the ETF being unable to sell the collateral provided to it if the borrower defaults.

To mitigate these risks, the ETF benefits from a “borrower default indemnity” provided by the Lending Agent, BNY Mellon. The indemnity allows for full replacement of the securities loaned if the collateral does not cover the value of the securities in the event of a borrower default.

To find out more view the Invesco ETFs Securities Lending document in our Documents section.

Securities lending information

Revenue retained by the fund 90%
Maximum amount of fund assets that can be loaned 30%
Maximum amount of any single security that can be loaned 90%

Collateral Held by Asset Type

as of 2 Dec 2020 (%)

Collateral Held by Country

as of 18 Nov 2020 (%)

Collateral Held by Currency

as of 2 Dec 2020 (%)

Value of Collateral Held

as of 2 Dec 2020 (%)

Top 10 Collateral Exposures as of 2 Dec 2020

Name Cusip ISIN Weight
BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUT EJ6775781 DE0001102317 6.80%
FRANCE,OAT/STRIP OA ZCP 25/04/55 EI0433033 FR0010809665 6.80%
REPUBLIC OF FINLAND BJ9800332 FI4000440557 6.70%
FRANCE,OAT EJ6548493 FR0011486067 6.50%
STATE OF THE FRENCH AQ9421480 FR0013313582 6.30%
BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUT 05/04/24 AW7134660 DE0001141794 5.50%
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT EI4138869 XS0544644957 5.30%
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BJ8982644 XS2189259018 5.20%
REPUBLIK OSTERREICH AP1154065 AT0000A1XML2 5.20%
Other N/A N/A 46.00%

Key information

Bloomberg ticker AT1D SW
ISIN IE00BG0TQB18
Benchmark BBG ticker IBXXC1D3
Management fee 0.39%
NAV (3 Dec 2020) $22.12
AUM $829,306,276
Base currency USD
Securities lending Yes
Umbrella AUM (2 Dec 2020) $4,232,377,235

Key risks

Capital is not guaranteed: The value of investments, and income from them, can go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount you invested.

Index tracking: The Fund will not replicate the performance of its Reference Index perfectly, this is because the Fund will incur drags on performance such as expenses and transactions costs, which the Reference Index is not subject to. If the Fund is unable to hold the securities in the exact proportion required this will affect its ability to track the Reference Index.

Liquidity on secondary market risk: Lower liquidity means there are insufficient buyers or sellers to allow the Fund to sell or buy investments readily. On-exchange liquidity may be limited due to Reference Index suspension, a decision by one of the relevant stock exchanges, a breach by the market maker or respective stock exchange requirements and guidelines.

High yield securities: The Fund will hold a large amount of debt securities which are of lower credit quality, and may result in large fluctuations in the value of the Fund or which may impact he liquidity of the Fund under certain circumstances.

Contingent convertible bonds: The Fund invests in contingent convertible bonds, a type of corporate debt security that may be converted into equity or could be forced to suffer a write down of principal upon the occurrence of a pre-determined event. If this occurs, the Fund could suffer losses. Other notable risks include liquidity and default risk.

The performance information on this web page refers to past performance. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

The data shown on this page is not real-time, i.e. it may be delayed due to mandatory requirements of the data provider. As a consequence, the price of the product linked to a specific underlying you are quoted by your broker or intermediary may substantially differ from the price of the product that you would expect on the basis of the data displayed on this site. Invesco accepts no responsibility for loss, however caused, resulting from errors in this data.

ETF performance is in the fund’s base currency, includes dividends, reinvested. ETF performance is Net Asset Value after management fees and other ETF costs but does not consider any commissions or custody fees payable when buying, holding or selling the ETF. The ETF does not charge entry or exit fees. Data: Invesco.