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Tax information for U.S.-domiciled ETFs with U.K. Reporting Fund Status


There are a small number of U.S.-domiciled ETFs with U.K. Reporting Fund Status. If you have holdings in these funds, you may need to declare something called “excess reportable income.”

The excess reportable income can be found in our annual Report to Participants below.

Report to participants


  • Excess Reportable Income - 2024

  • Excess Reportable Income - 2023

  • Excess Reportable Income - 2022

  • Excess Reportable Income - 2021

  • Excess Reportable Income - 2020

  • Excess Reportable Income - 2019

  • Excess Reportable Income - 2018

  • Excess Reportable Income - 2017

Disclosures and footnotes

This information is intended for investors outside the United States and should not be provided to individual investors in the United States. The information contained herein does not constitute an offer or solicitation and may not be treated as such in any jurisdiction where such an offer or solicitation is against the law, or to anyone to whom it is unlawful to make such an offer or solicitation, or if the person making the offer or solicitation is not qualified to do so. Broker-dealers, advisors, and other intermediaries must determine whether their clients are eligible for investment in the products discussed herein.