Try to search the ETFs by ISIN not by the tickers. As the ETFs can have multiple tickers due to their currencies and/or stock exchange. For example the mentioned IWDA has an unique ISIN (ISIN IE00B4L5Y983) and multiple tickers:
In the T212 UK entity that ISIN has the following ETFs:
@seralouk and @B.E
→ I know that in the T212 CY entity there is this ETF, at least in EUR, with the EUNL ticker traded in Xetra.
It does. Depending on liquidity, I’m tempted to switch to it from a developed world tracker as it’s only 0.03% more. That said, I generally favour an active approach for emerging markets and hold a few trusts in the sector, so I may not bother.
The above mentioned ETF is the Distributing version. There is an Accumulation version, ISIN IE000716YHJ7, that is the favorite version for most retail investors.
Not a competitor, just compare the AUM and volume of both. The Invesco ETFs would need a couple of years (decades?) just to be close to 2nd place ETF.
Are you sure that the majority of people prefer the Distributing version instead of the Accumulation version?
(Btw, the VWCE is Accumulation version, and you mention the Invesco Distributing version. )
For now, those ETFs are non-existent just comparing the AUM vs. the little more expensive Vanguard ETFs. Are the 0.07 TER compensating the most probable wider spread and iliquidity of the Invesco ETFs?
I avoid investing in new ETFs due to their wider spread and iliquidity, and nothing guarantees you that those new ETFs will be alive in the next few years, as the asset management firm could end the new ETFs due to low expected traction (AUM) from investors. And comparing the big gorillas in the jungle, I would bet that Invesco won’t take the first nor the second place from Vanguard.