Liquidity that’s actively managed and easily traded
Our Ultra-Short Income ETFs provide an eﬀective portfolio solution for fixed income investors looking to reduce interest rate risk, and for liquidity investors looking to boost income by moving some assets out of cash.
The funds aim to generate incremental returns above money market funds and maintain a high level of liquidity by investing across a diversiﬁed basket of high quality, short maturity bonds and debt instruments (out to ﬁve years of maturity) chosen by our expert team of credit analysts and liquidity managers.
Higher income and reduced duration risk
Cash and up
For short-term cash investors, the increase in maturity compared to money market funds provides the opportunity to earn a higher income on strategic cash balances.
Fixed income and down
For ﬁxed income investors and asset allocators, going ultra short can signiﬁcantly reduce duration risk in a traditional bond portfolio while maintaining most of the yield.
Specialist investment expertise
Access the credit research, interest rate and currency expertise of over 130 dedicated liquidity professionals located in 14 oﬃces around the world, as part of J.P. Morgan’s $693 billion Global Liquidity platform.
Tap into the ability of our specialist investment team to access underlying market liquidity, and beneﬁt from our active investment approach, which deploys risk conservatively as market conditions change.
Active portfolio construction and a rigorous ESG framework
Gain exposure to diversiﬁed, high quality ultra-short portfolios that have the ability to manage liquidity and credit risk, and optimise yield, across a range of market environments.
Beneﬁt from bottom-up security research and top-down macro positioning, all within an SFDR Article 8 environmental, social and governance (ESG) framework.
The portfolio risk management process includes an effort to monitor and manage risk but does not imply low risk.
The ESG framework implies the systematic inclusion of financially material ESG factors (alongside other relevant factors) in investment analysis and investment decisions.
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