About the RGB ETF
The RGB ETF is a fixed income focussed exchange traded fund which aims to track the DBIQ 5-10 year Australian Government Bond Index and is managed by Russell Investments.
RGB takes interest rate risk.
The DBIQ 5-10 years Australian Government Bond index is a fixed income index provided by Deutsche Bank. It is designed to provide investors with diversified and investable exposure to Australian Government fixed income securities.
The RGB ETF aims to provide exposure to the largest and most liquid Australian Government bonds as identified by certain eligibility criteria including minimum issuance size and term to maturity.
RGB ETF provides regularly re-weights its investments to ensure that the exposure is not biased towards any single bond. The fund commenced in 2012 and pays quarterly distributions.
RGB ETF Performance Review
Data Current To: 31/12/2023
Our review of RGB ETF
The fund invests in the largest most liquid Commonwealth government bonds
Close to 100% exposure to fixed rate bonds, so is exposed to interest rate risk
What we like about the RGB ETF
Very high quality, low capital risk ETF with AAA credit rating
Long term fund with track record. Inception more than 10 years ago.
Things to be aware of about the RGB ETF
Concentrated fund with only 10 investments, mitigated by very high quality assets.
RGB ETF Investment Strategy
To track the performance of the index, which filters the largest and most liquid Commonwealth government fixed income securities and weights them equally upon reconstitution. Limited use of derivatives to obtain or reduce exposure to such securities.
RGB ETF Share Price
What does the RGB ETF Invest In?
RGB is a Government Bond ETF.
RGB ETF seeks to track the performance of the DBIQ 5-10 year Australian Government Bond Index by investing predominantly in Australian Government fixed income securities.
The index filters the largest and most liquid Commonwealth Government fixed income securities and weights them equally upon reconstitution. Derivatives may also be used to a limited extent to obtain or reduce exposure to such securities.
RGB ETF Credit Quality
The average credit quality of the RGB ETF is AAA.
A detailed breakdown of the credit quality is expressed below.
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About The Issuer Of The RGB ETF: Russell Investments
Other Russell Investments ETFs
- Russell Investments RSM ETF (ASX:RSM)
- Russell Investments RCB ETF (ASX:RCB)
- Russell Investments RGB ETF (ASX:RGB)