iShares MSCI ACWI ETF

Shareclass
iShares MSCI ACWI ETF (ACWI)
Type
Exchange-traded fund
Deforestation grade: Fund is invested in deforestation-risk agricultural commodity producer/traders, above the threshold of 0.5% and below 1.5%. Assigned a grade of D.
How we track deforestation-risk investments
D
14.1%
INVESTED IN DEFORESTATION-RISK COMPANIES
producers
AGRIBUSINESS
deforestation-risk producers and traders of palm oil, paper/pulp, rubber, timber, cattle, and soy
banks
BANKS AND LENDERS
that finance deforestation-risk agribusiness producers via lending and underwriting
consumers
MAJOR CONSUMER BRANDS
that use deforestation-risk agribusiness commodities in products
175
holdings flagged
14%
of assets flagged
This fund contains
 $2.69 BILLION invested 
in holdings flagged for deforestation risk
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producers
Commodity producers
40 holdings
0.72% of assets
$137.26 MILLION invested
banks
Banks and lenders
33 holdings
3.17% of assets
$605.24 MILLION invested
consumers
Major consumer brands
116 holdings
11% of assets
$2 BILLION invested
Commodity producers
Commodity producers
40 HOLDINGS
Companies that produce and trade palm oil, paper/pulp, rubber, timber, cattle, and soy, and have a past record or a significant risk of contributing to deforestation, land grabbing, and human rights abuses. Investing in any of these companies assigns a fund a grade of C if total producer exposure is below the threshold of 0.5%; a grade of D if below 1.5%; and a grade of F if above 1.5%.
40 HOLDINGS
  • % of portfolio
    $ invested
  • 1. Glencore PLC
    Soy producerPalm oil producer
    0.09%0.09% of portfolio
    $17.31M$17.31M invested
    Soy producerPalm oil producer
  • 2. Mitsubishi Corp
    Palm oil producer
    0.08%0.08% of portfolio
    $15.39M$15.39M invested
    Palm oil producer
  • 3. ITOCHU Corp
    Timber producerRubber producerPaper/pulp producerPalm oil producer
    0.07%0.07% of portfolio
    $13.05M$13.05M invested
    Timber producerRubber producerPaper/pulp producerPalm oil producer
  • 4. Archer-Daniels Midland Co
    Soy producerPalm oil producer
    0.06%0.06% of portfolio
    $11.09M$11.09M invested
    Soy producerPalm oil producer
  • 5. POSCO Holdings Inc
    Palm oil producer
    0.04%0.04% of portfolio
    $7.67M$7.67M invested
    Palm oil producer
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Banks and lenders
Banks and lenders
33 HOLDINGS
Financial institutions directly and indirectly involved in underwriting and lending to deforestation-risk producers and traders. Investing in any of these companies assigns a fund a grade of B (assuming there are no investments in producers).
33 HOLDINGS
  • % of portfolio
    $ invested
  • 1. JPMorgan Chase & Co
    0.73%0.73% of portfolio
    $139.32M$139.32M invested
  • 2. Bank of America Corp
    0.35%0.35% of portfolio
    $67.44M$67.44M invested
  • 3. HSBC Holdings PLC
    0.24%0.24% of portfolio
    $45.24M$45.24M invested
  • 4. Commonwealth Bank of Australia
    0.19%0.19% of portfolio
    $36.25M$36.25M invested
  • 5. Morgan Stanley
    0.17%0.17% of portfolio
    $32.73M$32.73M invested
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Major consumer brands
Major consumer brands
116 HOLDINGS
Consumer goods retailers that source palm oil, paper/pulp, rubber, timber, cattle, and soy from deforestation-risk producers and traders and sell it to consumers worldwide. Investing in any of these companies assigns a fund a grade of B (assuming there are no investments in producers).
116 HOLDINGS
  • % of portfolio
    $ invested
  • 1. Amazon.com Inc
    Soy major consumer brandCattle major consumer brandTimber major consumer brandRubber major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
    2.09%2.09% of portfolio
    $398.55M$398.55M invested
    Soy major consumer brandCattle major consumer brandTimber major consumer brandRubber major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
  • 2. Johnson & Johnson
    Paper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
    0.56%0.56% of portfolio
    $106.58M$106.58M invested
    Paper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
  • 3. The Home Depot Inc
    Cattle major consumer brandTimber major consumer brandRubber major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brand
    0.51%0.51% of portfolio
    $97.94M$97.94M invested
    Cattle major consumer brandTimber major consumer brandRubber major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brand
  • 4. Procter & Gamble Co
    Paper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
    0.51%0.51% of portfolio
    $97.53M$97.53M invested
    Paper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
  • 5. Nestle SA
    Soy major consumer brandCattle major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
    0.46%0.46% of portfolio
    $87.02M$87.02M invested
    Soy major consumer brandCattle major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
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DATA AS OF 29 Dec 2023
Financial performance
Performance data provided byMorningstarFind more financial data on ACWI at Morningstar.com
Current fund
ACWI
iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Family
BlackRock/iShares
Category
Global Large-Stock Blend
vs.
Benchmark
ACWI
iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Family
iShares from BlackRock
Category
Global Large-Stock Blend
Fund comparison settings
Investment timeline
Performance as of: 1/31/24
1 year
3 years
5 years
10 years
Benchmark
Suggested: MSCI ACWI
ACWI - iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Fund comparison results
Compared to the benchmark, this fund has:
Same 10-yr returns 
0% same in annualized returns
Same in commodity producers 
Both 0% invested
Same in banks and lenders 
Both 0% invested
Same in major consumer brands 
Both 0% invested
Current fund
ACWI
iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Family
BlackRock/iShares
Category
Global Large-Stock Blend
vs.
Benchmark
ACWI
iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Family
iShares from BlackRock
Category
Global Large-Stock Blend
Fund comparison settings
Investment timeline
Performance as of: 1/31/24
1 year
3 years
5 years
10 years
Benchmark
Suggested: MSCI ACWI
ACWI - iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Fund comparison results
Compared to the benchmark, this fund has:
Same 10-yr returns 
0% same in annualized returns
Same in commodity producers 
Both 0% invested
Same in banks and lenders 
Both 0% invested
Same in major consumer brands 
Both 0% invested
Current fund
ACWI
iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Family
BlackRock/iShares
Category
Global Large-Stock Blend
vs.
Benchmark
ACWI
iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Family
iShares from BlackRock
Category
Global Large-Stock Blend
Fund comparison settings
Investment timeline
Performance as of: 1/31/24
1 year
3 years
5 years
10 years
Benchmark
Suggested: MSCI ACWI
ACWI - iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
Fund comparison results
Compared to the benchmark, this fund has:
Same 10-yr returns 
0% same in annualized returns
Same in commodity producers 
Both 0% invested
Same in banks and lenders 
Both 0% invested
Same in major consumer brands 
Both 0% invested
Month-end trailing returns  
Annualized returns
Deforestation analysis
1-yr
3-yr
5-yr
10-yr
Commodity producers
This fund
ACWI - iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
14%
6.03%
10%
8.58%
0.72% 
Benchmark
ACWI - iShares MSCI ACWI ETF
14%
6.03%
10%
8.58%
0.72% 
Fund compared to benchmark
 
+0%
+0%
+0%
+0%
Same
Find more financial data on ACWI at Morningstar.com
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