Product description

PIMCO Euro Short Maturity Source UCITS ETF aims to generate the maximum income consistent with capital preservation and daily liquidity. The fund is actively managed by PIMCO and will invest primarily in a diversified portfolio of EUR-denominated fixed income instruments. The portfolio manager is Andrew Bosomworth.

Security Information

General information
Base currency EUR
Dividend treatment Monthly
Minimum investment 1 share
Launch date 11 Jan 2011
Shares outstanding 22,260,796
Exchanges Deutsche Börse (Xetra)
Borsa Italiana
SIX Swiss Exchange
Further information
ISA Eligible
SIPP N/A
UCITS Yes
UK reporting status Yes
Passported to Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, United Kingdom, Denmark
Structure
Legal form UCITS
Open ended fund
Replication method Physical
Domicile Ireland
Financial year end 31 March
Tax information for German investors
Equity ratio 0.0000
Key service providers
Issuer PIMCO Fixed Income Source ETFs plc
Manager PIMCO Europe Ltd
Fund administrator State Street Fund Services (Ireland) Limited
Depositary State Street Custodial Services (Ireland) Limited
Auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers
Promoter PIMCO Europe Limited, Invesco UK Services Limited
Yield information
Use of income Distributed
Fund statistics NAV ( 12 Jul 2019 )
Number of holdings 326
Recent distributions
Announcement date 11 Jul 2019
Ex-date 18 Jul 2019
Record date 19 Jul 2019
Payment date 31 Jul 2019
Distribution per shares 0.0000
Currency EUR
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Key information

Bloomberg ticker PJS1 GY
ISIN IE00B5ZR2157
Benchmark BBG ticker EMTSDEO
Management fee 0.35%
NAV (15 Jul 2019) €100.22
AUM €2,529,430,510
Base currency EUR

Key fund risks

Counterparty risk: Other financial institutions provide services such as safekeeping of assets or as a counterparty to financial contracts such as derivatives. The fund is exposed to the risk of bankruptcy, or other type of default of transaction counterparties.

Fixed Income risk: There is a risk that the institution which issued the securities will fail, which would result in a loss of income to the fund. Fixed income values are likely to fall if interest rates rise.

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

Risk of using derivatives: In order to reach its investment objective, the fund may use swaps, including futures and forwards. Such derivatives may result in gains or losses that are greater than the original amount invested.

 

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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.