Company Overview of iShares, Inc. - iShares MSCI Australia ETF
iShares, Inc. - iShares MSCI Australia ETF is an exchange traded fund launched by BlackRock, Inc. The fund is managed by BlackRock Fund Advisors. It invests in the public equity markets of Australia. The fund seeks to invest in stocks of companies operating across diversified sectors. It primarily invests in the stocks of companies across all market capitalizations. The fund seeks to replicate the performance of the MSCI Australia Index, by using representative sampling technique. It was formerly known as iShares, Inc. - iShares MSCI Australia Index Fund. iShares, Inc. - iShares MSCI Australia ETF was formed on March 12, 1996 and is domiciled in the United States.
400 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for iShares, Inc. - iShares MSCI Australia ETF
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