Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF company info

What does Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF do?
Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF (NYSEARCA:KOKU) is a fund that focuses on tracking the performance of the MSCI Kokusai Index, targeting investments in a diverse range of global equities, excluding Japan. This strategy aims to provide investors with exposure to international markets, focusing on developed and emerging economies outside of Japan, with the goal of achieving long-term capital growth. Through its investments, Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF offers shareholders the opportunity to participate in the growth potential of international companies across a wide spectrum of sectors and countries. The fund's objective is to mirror the performance of its underlying index as closely as possible, thereby offering investors an efficient way to gain broad international equity exposure.
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Is Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF employ?

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Employees
3,677

What sector is Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF?

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Head Office
New York, United States

What year was Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2020
What does Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF specialise in?
/Global Exposure /Equity Investment /Diversified Portfolio /Passive Management /Risk Management /Investment Monitoring

What are the products and/or services of Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF?

Overview of Xtrackers MSCI Kokusai Equity ETF offerings
Tracks the MSCI Kokusai Index: KOKU aims to mirror the performance of the MSCI Kokusai Index, also known as the MSCI World ex Japan Index. This index tracks the performance of large and mid-cap stocks in developed markets excluding Japan.
Exposure to Developed Markets Ex-Japan: By investing in companies within this index, KOKU offers investors exposure to a variety of developed markets around the world, excluding Japan. This provides diversification beyond the US market and potentially reduces concentration risk on any single country.
Focus on Large and Mid-Cap Stocks: KOKU focuses on established companies with larger market capitalizations. While these companies may offer less growth potential than smaller companies, they tend to be more stable and liquid investments.
Passive Management: KOKU likely tracks the index passively. This means the holdings are automatically adjusted to reflect the index composition, potentially resulting in lower fees compared to actively managed funds.
Potential for Capital Appreciation: The value of KOKU can potentially grow over time as the underlying companies' stock prices increase. The historical performance of developed markets suggests potential for long-term growth.
Dividend Distribution: KOKU may distribute dividends derived from the holdings within the fund. (Tax implications apply).