J.P. Morgan Asset Management has launched its second actively managed fixed-income bond exchange traded fund that could freely and quickly adapt to any changes in the market environment.
J.P. Morgan recently rolled out the JPMorgan Global Bond Opportunities ETF (BATS: JPGB), which comes with a 0.55% net expense ratio.
The active bond ETF is managed by J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Managing Directors Robert Michele, Iain Stealey, and Nicholas Gartside.
“J.P. Morgan is uniquely positioned to offer an ETF that provides access to some of the most sophisticated fixed income investment capabilities available to investors,” Bob Deutsch, U.S. Head of ETFs for J.P. Morgan Asset Management, said in a note. “Our network of global experts and research analysts can scour the globe for opportunities in any market cycle, and their extensive experience with this type of investing is unrivaled.”
JPGB will try to provide total return by investing across sectors in developed and emerging markets around the world.