About the AAA ETF
The BetaShares AAA ETF is a cash fund that provides investors exposure to Australian cash. The AAA ETF has net assets of $2.2 trillion and provides monthly income distributions that exceed the 30 day Bank Bill Swap Rate (after fees and expenses). AAA ETF assets are invested in deposit accounts held with selected banks in Australia.
AAA ETF Performance Review
Data Current To: 31/08/2021
Our review of AAA ETF
A cash fund, investing in select Australian bank deposit accounts
What we like about the AAA ETF
No minimum investment
A large fund with net assets of $2.5 billion as at 8 October 2021
Things to be aware of about the AAA ETF
Relatively higher management fee of 0.18% given bank account exposure and when compared to BILL
When compared to holding deposits with a bank, no access to Financial Claims System bank guarantee
AAA ETF Investment Strategy
Provide exposure to Australian cash, with attractive and regular income distributions that exceed the 30 day Bank Bill Swap Rate (after fees and expenses)
AAA ETF Share Price
What does the AAA ETF Invest In?
AAA is a Cash ETF.
The Betashares AAA ETF invests in select Australian bank deposit accounts.
AAA ETF Credit Quality
A detailed breakdown of the credit quality is expressed below.
AAA Frequently Asked Questions
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About The Issuer Of The AAA ETF: Betashares
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