Invesco launches two ESG credit ETFs

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The ETFs aim to overcome traditional yield shortfall by using multi-factor investing.
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The ETFs aim to overcome traditional yield shortfall by using multi-factor investing.

Invesco has launched two new ESG ETFs that provide investors with access to investment grade fixed-rate euro-denominated unsecured corporate bonds from global issuers.

The Invesco EUR Corporate Bond ESG Multi-Factor UCITS ETF will invest in bonds across the entire maturity range, while the Invesco EUR Corporate Bond ESG Short Duration Multi-Factor UCITS ETF will focus only on those with no more than five years to maturity. Paul Syms, head of EMEA fixed income ETF product management at Invesco, said: "Our newest ETFs allow investors to position their portfolio to reflect their own economic views, either investing across the full maturity curve if they believe yields are close to peaking or focusing on short maturity if they are concerned interest rates ...

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