Fidelity launches first fixed income ETFs targeting global and emerging markets

Sustainble offering also expanded

James Baxter-Derrington
The ETFs are classified under article 8 of the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

The ETFs are classified under article 8 of the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

Fidelity International has launched its first fixed income ETFs with two new vehicles, and has expanded its sustainable offering in the process.

The Fidelity Sustainable Global Corporate Bond Multifactor and Fidelity Sustainable USD EM Bond UCITS ETFs mark the asset manager's first foray into fixed income ETFs since the launch of its first European ETF in 2017. Fidelity bolsters sustainable ETF range with emerging market launch Classified under article 8 of the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, which requires the funds to "promote environmental and/or social characteristics", they will also offer a "systematic active strategy" to investors while utilising the firm's proprietary analyst research. Fidelity Sustain...

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