JPMAM expands ETF range with quadruple launch

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Tom Eckett
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Bryon Lake of JPMAM

J.P. Morgan Asset Management has launched three active corporate bond ETFs and one active emerging market ETF.

  The ETFs will be listed on the London Stock Exchange, with charges of 0.19% for the three bond ETFs and 0.30% for the EM ETF. The JPM EUR Corporate Bond Research Enhanced Index UCITS ETF (JREB), the JPM EUR Corporate Bond 1-5yr Research Enhanced Index UCITS ETF (JR15) and the JPM USD Corporate Bond Research Enhanced Index UCITS ETF (JRUB) will be actively managed by the firm's fixed income team, headed up by Lisa Coleman. JREB is benchmarked against the Bloomberg Barclays Euro Aggregate Corporate index (Total Return) index, while JR15 is benchmarked against the Bloomberg Barclays...

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