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Ishares Gold Trust's Suppliers Performance

IAU's Supply Chain

 
IAU Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Ishares Gold Trust's Suppliers recorded an increase in sales by 42.89 % year on year in Q4 2023, sequentially sales grew by 18.99 %, while their net profit margin fell to 4.41 % year on year, compared to the previous quarter Ishares Gold Trust's Suppliers had a lower net margin at 18.99 %,

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Ishares Gold Trust's Suppliers recorded an increase in sales by 42.89 % year on year in Q4 2023, sequentially sales grew by 18.99 %, while their net profit margin fell to 4.41 % year on year, compare to previous quarter IAU's Suppliers had lower net margin at 4.41 %,

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Ishares Gold Trust's Comment on Supply Chain


The Custodian is responsible for safekeeping the Trust’s gold. The Custodian may keep the Trust’s gold at locations in New York, Toronto or London, or with the consent of the Trustee and the Sponsor, in other places. The Custodian may, at its own expense and risk, use sub-custodians to discharge its obligations to the Trust. The Custodian will remain responsible to the Trust for any gold held by any sub-custodian appointed by the Custodian to the same extent as if such gold were held by the Custodian itself.

The Custodian has agreed to use reasonable care in the performance of its duties to the Trust, and will only be responsible for any loss or damage suffered by the Trust as a direct result of the Custodian’s negligence, fraud or willful default in the performance of its duties. The Custodian’s liability to the Trust, if any, will be limited to the value of any gold lost, or the amount of any balance held on an unallocated basis, at the time of the Custodian’s negligence, fraud or willful default.

None of the Custodian, or its directors, employees, agents or affiliates will incur any liability to the Trust if, by reason of any law or regulation, or of an act of God, terrorism or other circumstance beyond the Custodian’s control, the Custodian is prevented or forbidden from, or delayed in, performing its obligations to the Trust. The Custodian has agreed to indemnify the Trustee for any loss or liability directly resulting from a breach of the Custodian’s representations and warranties in the custodian agreement, a failure of the Custodian to act in accordance with the Trustee’s instructions or any physical loss, destruction or damage to the gold held for the Trust’s account, except for losses due to nuclear accidents, terrorism, riots, acts of God, insurrections, strikes and similar causes beyond the control of the Custodian.

The Custodian has agreed to maintain insurance in support of its custodial obligations under the custodian agreement, including covering any loss of gold. The Custodian has the right to reduce, cancel or allow to expire without replacement such insurance coverage, provided that it gives prior written notice to the Trustee. In the case of a cancellation or expiration without replacement, the required notice must be at least 30 days prior to the last day of coverage. The Trustee has not received from the Custodian any notice of reduction, cancellation or expiration of its insurance coverage. The insurance is held for the benefit of the Custodian, not for the benefit of the Trust or the Trustee, and the Trustee may not submit a claim under the insurance maintained by the Custodian.

Ishares Gold Trust's Comment on Supply Chain


The Custodian is responsible for safekeeping the Trust’s gold. The Custodian may keep the Trust’s gold at locations in New York, Toronto or London, or with the consent of the Trustee and the Sponsor, in other places. The Custodian may, at its own expense and risk, use sub-custodians to discharge its obligations to the Trust. The Custodian will remain responsible to the Trust for any gold held by any sub-custodian appointed by the Custodian to the same extent as if such gold were held by the Custodian itself.

The Custodian has agreed to use reasonable care in the performance of its duties to the Trust, and will only be responsible for any loss or damage suffered by the Trust as a direct result of the Custodian’s negligence, fraud or willful default in the performance of its duties. The Custodian’s liability to the Trust, if any, will be limited to the value of any gold lost, or the amount of any balance held on an unallocated basis, at the time of the Custodian’s negligence, fraud or willful default.

None of the Custodian, or its directors, employees, agents or affiliates will incur any liability to the Trust if, by reason of any law or regulation, or of an act of God, terrorism or other circumstance beyond the Custodian’s control, the Custodian is prevented or forbidden from, or delayed in, performing its obligations to the Trust. The Custodian has agreed to indemnify the Trustee for any loss or liability directly resulting from a breach of the Custodian’s representations and warranties in the custodian agreement, a failure of the Custodian to act in accordance with the Trustee’s instructions or any physical loss, destruction or damage to the gold held for the Trust’s account, except for losses due to nuclear accidents, terrorism, riots, acts of God, insurrections, strikes and similar causes beyond the control of the Custodian.

The Custodian has agreed to maintain insurance in support of its custodial obligations under the custodian agreement, including covering any loss of gold. The Custodian has the right to reduce, cancel or allow to expire without replacement such insurance coverage, provided that it gives prior written notice to the Trustee. In the case of a cancellation or expiration without replacement, the required notice must be at least 30 days prior to the last day of coverage. The Trustee has not received from the Custodian any notice of reduction, cancellation or expiration of its insurance coverage. The insurance is held for the benefit of the Custodian, not for the benefit of the Trust or the Trustee, and the Trustee may not submit a claim under the insurance maintained by the Custodian.


IAU's Suppliers Net Income grew by IAU's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q4 to
3.86 % 4.41 %


Ishares Gold Trust's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q4 2023 by Industry

Suppliers from Consumer Financial Services Industry      14.73 %
Suppliers from Investment Services Industry      44.93 %
     
• IAU Suppliers Valuation • IAU Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





IAU's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Ishares Gold Trust 26,105.29 521.56 3,251.91 1
Cboe Global Markets Inc 20,883.84 3,958.50 761.40 1,196
Cme Group Inc 78,655.87 5,347.40 6,475.70 3,480
Cowen inc 1,229.08 1,537.72 65.86 769
Clearwater Analytics Holdings Inc 4,011.50 350.87 -21.60 1,371
Intercontinental Exchange Inc 78,098.73 10,222.00 2,438.00 8,858
Moody s Corporation 69,336.62 5,916.00 1,608.00 13,460
Marketaxess Holdings Inc 7,946.34 732.97 247.65 676
Morningstar inc 12,679.95 2,003.00 68.00 3,930
Nasdaq Inc 28,740.65 6,064.00 1,057.00 5,814
Stonex Group Inc 2,125.71 67,417.50 231.00 450
Value Line Inc 410.17 39.86 17.63 178
SUBTOTAL 304,118.47 103,589.82 12,948.63 40,182


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