Ftse uk index series eligibility

The FTSE UK Index Series is designed to represent the performance of UK companies, providing market participants with a comprehensive and complementary set of indexes that measure the performance of all capital and industry segments of the UK equity market. The FTSE UK Index Series is calculated by or on behalf of FTSE International Limited or its affiliate, agent or partner. FTSE International Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a benchmark administrator. FTSE Russell® is a trading name of FTSE, Russell, FTSE Canada, MTSNext, Mergent, FTSE FI, YB and BR.

Potential inclusion to the FTSE Global Equity Index Series or the FTSE UK Index Series will be subject to the security passing all other index eligibility criteria (including minimum liquidity requirements) as detailed in the respective ground rules. Index entry will be confirmed within the periodic index review notices Potential inclusion to the FTSE Global Equity Index Series or the FTSE UK Index Series will be subject to the security passing all other index eligibility criteria (including minimum liquidity requirements) as detailed in the respective ground rules. Index entry will be confirmed within the periodic index review notices Eligibility rules for the FTSE UK Index Series, which include the FTSE All Share and FTSE 100, are agreed by market practitioners serving on independent FTSE committees. The FTSE UK Index Series has evolved through time, adapting to reflect market needs while staying true to its central aim— measuring the UK stock market accurately and consistently. In this way, the FTSE UK Index Series has become part of the history and heritage of the country’s financial markets. History and heritage of the

Based on the FTSE UK All-Share Index, this index includes all eligible environmental opportunities (EO) companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange main 

FTSE Russell | Ground Rules for the FTSE UK Index Series, v13.9, April 2019 4 of 34 1.3 Index Objective and Intended Use 1.3.1 The indexes and index statistics are intended to reflect the UK market, or those tranches of the market defined by the index titles and to facilitate their detailed analysis. The FTSE UK Index Series is designed to represent the performance of UK companies, providing market participants with a comprehensive and complementary set of indexes that measure the performance of all capital and industry segments of the UK equity market. The FTSE UK Index Series is calculated by or on behalf of FTSE International Limited or its affiliate, agent or partner. FTSE International Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a benchmark administrator. FTSE Russell® is a trading name of FTSE, Russell, FTSE Canada, MTSNext, Mergent, FTSE FI, YB and BR. Three changes to the FTSE 100 Fresnillo, Intermediate Capital Group and Pennon Group to join FTSE 100 11 changes to the FTSE 250 FTSE Russell, the global index provider, confirms today that Fresnillo, Intermediate Capital Group and Pennon Group will be joining the FTSE 100 Index as a result of the March 2020 quarterly review. In the rebalance, Kingfisher, NMC Health* and TUI AG will leave the FTSE UK Index Series - 2020 Index Reviews FAQ 10 January 2020 FTSE Russell announces that an FAQ document is now available for the FTSE UK Index Series that clarifies the quarterly review process for 2020. The document is available on the FTSE website. FTSE_FAQ_Document_UK_2020.pdf For further information please contact FTSE Russell Client

Premium listed Main Market companies are potentially eligible for the FTSE UK Index Series, one of the most recognised in the world, which includes the 

The FTSE UK Index Series is calculated by or on behalf of FTSE International Limited or its affiliate, agent or partner. FTSE International Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a benchmark administrator. FTSE Russell® is a trading name of FTSE, Russell, FTSE Canada, MTSNext, Mergent, FTSE FI, YB and BR. Three changes to the FTSE 100 Fresnillo, Intermediate Capital Group and Pennon Group to join FTSE 100 11 changes to the FTSE 250 FTSE Russell, the global index provider, confirms today that Fresnillo, Intermediate Capital Group and Pennon Group will be joining the FTSE 100 Index as a result of the March 2020 quarterly review. In the rebalance, Kingfisher, NMC Health* and TUI AG will leave the FTSE UK Index Series - 2020 Index Reviews FAQ 10 January 2020 FTSE Russell announces that an FAQ document is now available for the FTSE UK Index Series that clarifies the quarterly review process for 2020. The document is available on the FTSE website. FTSE_FAQ_Document_UK_2020.pdf For further information please contact FTSE Russell Client

companies selected from the FTSE Global Equity Index Series that are listed on FTT –Taiwan. (Taipei) and are The stocks that are listed on FTO – Taiwan ( Taipei OTC) will not be eligible for inclusion. 1.3 Timings are UK hours. Notes: 1.

The FTSE UK Index Series is designed to represent the performance of UK companies, providing market participants with a comprehensive and complementary set of indexes that measure the performance of all capital and industry segments of the UK equity market. The FTSE UK Index Series is calculated by or on behalf of FTSE International Limited or its affiliate, agent or partner. FTSE International Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as a benchmark administrator. FTSE Russell® is a trading name of FTSE, Russell, FTSE Canada, MTSNext, Mergent, FTSE FI, YB and BR. Three changes to the FTSE 100 Fresnillo, Intermediate Capital Group and Pennon Group to join FTSE 100 11 changes to the FTSE 250 FTSE Russell, the global index provider, confirms today that Fresnillo, Intermediate Capital Group and Pennon Group will be joining the FTSE 100 Index as a result of the March 2020 quarterly review. In the rebalance, Kingfisher, NMC Health* and TUI AG will leave the FTSE UK Index Series - 2020 Index Reviews FAQ 10 January 2020 FTSE Russell announces that an FAQ document is now available for the FTSE UK Index Series that clarifies the quarterly review process for 2020. The document is available on the FTSE website. FTSE_FAQ_Document_UK_2020.pdf For further information please contact FTSE Russell Client FTSE AIM All-Share Index (all AIM quoted companies which meet FTSE's eligibility criteria) Note (*): companies are ranked by full market capitalisation i.e. before the application of any investibility weighting. Plus the following end-of-day indexes: FTSE AIM All-Share Supersector Indexes - derived from the FTSE AIM All-Share Index and based on The index series now covers Global, Developed and Emerging indices, as well the UK's AIM market. In addition, the FTSE EPRA Nareit Green Indexes provide a sustainability-focused extension to the FTSE EPRA Nareit Global Real Estate Index Series. These indexes allow investors to identify real estate companies with strong sustainability performance.

FTSE AIM All-Share Index (all AIM quoted companies which meet FTSE's eligibility criteria) Note (*): companies are ranked by full market capitalisation i.e. before the application of any investibility weighting. Plus the following end-of-day indexes: FTSE AIM All-Share Supersector Indexes - derived from the FTSE AIM All-Share Index and based on

18 Jul 2019 FTSE Russell : The FTSE 100 Index comprises the top 100 eligible UK The FTSE 100 Index, part of the FTSE UK Index Series, was launched  The series consists of five composite indices designed to represent the Member firms of the PIMFA are eligible for a discount of up to 50% for this data  18 Mar 2019 Notes from the FTSE/JSE Advisory Committee Meeting held on Thursday, 28 Newly Eligible ALSI at March Review the FTSE Global Equity Index Series and the FTSE UK Index Series, at the September 2020 quarterly  FTSE Russell | Ground Rules for the FTSE UK Index Series, v13.9, April 2019 4 of 34 1.3 Index Objective and Intended Use 1.3.1 The indexes and index statistics are intended to reflect the UK market, or those tranches of the market defined by the index titles and to facilitate their detailed analysis. The FTSE UK Index Series is designed to represent the performance of UK companies, providing market participants with a comprehensive and complementary set of indexes that measure the performance of all capital and industry segments of the UK equity market.

The FTSE UK Index Series shows the performance of UK companies by measuring To view a list of all securities eligible for inclusion in the FTSE IOB index,  Based on the FTSE UK All-Share Index, this index includes all eligible environmental opportunities (EO) companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange main