JP Morgan AM launches UCITS active global aggregate bond ETF

Global fixed income ETF

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JP Morgan Asset Management has expanded its fixed income ETF offering with the launch of an active fixed income ETF today (18 October).

The JP Morgan Active Global Aggregate Bond UCITS ETF (JAGG) was an industry "first", the company said, and will offer diversified exposure to global fixed income using the firm's global aggregate bond strategy. The global aggregate bond strategy was first launched in 2009 and, as of 31 August 2023, had over $11bn assets under management. KraneShares brings China clean tech ETF to market JAGG is benchmarked against the Bloomberg Global Aggregate index Total Return USD Unhedged and has an Article 8 SFDR classification. ETF investors will be offered a core allocation spanning gover...

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