BNY Mellon launched five new U.S.-listed ETFs today that are designed to cover most of the core exposures in a typical strategic asset allocation plan and to complement the existing investment capabilities from our investment firms.

Today’s launches follow BNY Mellon’s first three ETFs that launched on NYSE on April 9: BNY Mellon US Large Cap Core Equity ETF (BKLC)BNY Mellon US Mid Cap Core Equity ETF (BKMC) and BNY Mellon US Small Cap Core Equity ETF (BKSE).

The full line-up of BNY Mellon ETF funds are the following:

ProductsFee Level[1]BenchmarksTicker Symbol
BNY Mellon US Large Cap Core Equity ETF0.00%Morningstar® US Large Cap IndexSMBKLC
BNY Mellon US Small Cap Core Equity ETF0.04%Morningstar® US Small Cap IndexSMBKSE
BNY Mellon US Mid Cap Core Equity ETF0.04%Morningstar® US Mid Cap Index SMBKMC
BNY Mellon International Equity ETF0.04%Morningstar® Developed Markets ex-US Large Cap IndexSMBKIE
BNY Mellon Emerging Markets Equity ETF0.11%Morningstar® Emerging Markets Large Cap IndexSMBKEM
BNY Mellon Core Bond ETF0.00%Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Total Return IndexBKAG
BNY Mellon Short Duration Corporate Bond ETF0.06%Bloomberg Barclays US Corporate 1-5 Years Total Return IndexBKSB
BNY Mellon High Yield Beta ETF0.22%Bloomberg Barclays US Corporate High Yield Total Return IndexBKHY

[1] Represents Total Expense Ratio as stated in prospectus.

Stephanie Pierce, CEO of BNY Mellon Investment Management’s ETF and Index Business, told ETF Trends that these eight U.S.-listed ETFs are designed to cover most of the core exposures in a typical strategic asset allocation plan and to complement the existing investment capabilities from our investment firms.

“We are excited to offer more of our leading investment capabilities through an ETF structure,” Pierce said. “While it is too early to share the details, our ETF roadmap is centered on meeting the needs of our clients and enabling them to access the specialist expertise across our affiliated investment firms.”

Click here to read an exclusive Q&A with Stephanie Piece about BNY Mellon’s jump into the ETF space.