Franklin FTSE India ETF company info

What does Franklin FTSE India ETF do?
Franklin FTSE India ETF (NYSEARCA:FLIN) focuses on providing investment results that closely correspond to the performance of the FTSE India Capped Index. This index tracks the performance of large and mid-capitalization Indian stocks. The ETF aims to replicate the investment results by investing at least 80% of its assets in the securities that make up the index, including depositary receipts demonstrating ownership of shares in Indian companies. Franklin FTSE India ETF seeks to offer investors exposure to the Indian equity market, enabling them to benefit from the potential growth of one of the world's largest and fastest-growing economies. Its objective is to provide a convenient way for investors to access the dynamic and diverse Indian market through a single investment, thereby contributing to their portfolio's geographical diversification.
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San Mateo, United States

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What does Franklin FTSE India ETF specialise in?
/Emerging Markets /Equity Exposure /Large-Cap Stocks /Investment Diversification /Passive Management /Global Investing

What are the products and/or services of Franklin FTSE India ETF?

Overview of Franklin FTSE India ETF offerings
Provides investors with exposure to a broad range of Indian companies, aiming to replicate the performance of the FTSE India Capped Index.
Designed for investors seeking long-term capital growth through diversified Indian equities.
Offers a passive investment strategy, reducing management costs by tracking the index.
Facilitates easy access to the Indian stock market for foreign investors.
Enables liquidity by allowing shares to be bought and sold during trading hours like stocks.
Supports portfolio diversification for investors looking to invest in emerging markets.