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The MSCI Dividend Masters Indexes ̶ which are part of the Factor Index family ̶ aim to reflect the performance of the opportunity set of companies with a track record of consistently growing dividends.

The index constituents are equally weighted and are diversified across GICS® sectors and countries. The sector and country weights are capped at defined thresholds to mitigate concentration. The Indexes are reconstituted annually and the constituent weights are reset to equal weights quarterly.

Key Features:

  • Constituents with consistently increasing dividends: aiming to represent the performance of companies that have consecutively increased dividends for a defined number of years
  • Constituent diversity: constructed targeting a minimum number of securities
  • Mitigate concentration risks: GICS® sector weights and country weights are capped at the defined sector/country thresholds. Securities are equal-weighted

PERFORMANCE, FACTSHEETS AND METHODOLOGIES

MSCI Dividend Masters Indexes Methodology

MSCI EAFE Dividend Masters Index
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MSCI Emerging Markets Dividend Masters Index
Performance | Factsheet

MSCI Europe Dividend Masters Index
Performance | Factsheet

MSCI Japan Dividend Masters Index
Performance | Factsheet

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MSCI Dividend Masters Indexes
Designed to represent the performance of companies that have increased dividends consecutively over a number of years.

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