Thanks again for sharing this. I did my own exercise following and adapting your template:
In case it helps someone.
My main issue is to find the data. In the CS factsheets the country breakdown is not always there, so I had to google it (for example I found emerging markets in teletrader.com with a bit of luck). Is there a good reference website to have country, industry split ect. instead of hoping it is in the factsheets?
How to find the market cap of the swiss indexes?
Also I’m not sure to understand fully the share class and some wording in the fund names. So here’s my newbie questions:
“Blue” means “Blue chips”? If not what does it mean?
A indicate distributing share classes (source credit suisse, see below)
B indicates accumulating share classes (source credit suisse, see below)
H indicates for hedged share classes (source credit suisse, see below)
All CSIF (CH) in Switzerland are licensed for distribution in Switzerland. All CSIF (Lux) and CSIF (IE) are licensed for distribution in the following countries: AT/CH/DE/ES/FR/UK/IT/LU/NL/SE/SG/LI/IE. The suffix “TR” after an index name stands for “total return” (gross dividends reinvested); “NR” stands for “net return” (net dividends reinvested). Q share classes are reserved to Qualified Investors, whereas the F and B share class can be subscribed by both qualified and private investors. Denominations containing the letter A indicate distributing share classes, the letter B indicates accumulating share classes. H indicates for hedged share classes. Source: Credit Suisse, as of 30.09.2020.