Nearly 32% of the index’s holdings have maturities of three to five years with another 43% going to bonds that mature in five to seven years.
Although VBND is just Vident’s third ETF, the issuer has quickly shown its ability to attract investor assets. VIDI was one 2013’s most successful ETF launches, surging to $500 million in assets under management in just 12 weeks. [Vident International ETF Races to $500M in AUM]
VUSE is off to a solid start as well. The ETF, which debuted in January, has nearly $170 million in AUM, a total surpassed by just three other ETFs that have launched this year. [Another Decent Year for New ETFs]
ETF Trends editorial team contributed to this post.