Why Active Bond Exposures Could Thrive in Today’s Environment

Fixed income has been on something of a roller coaster in the past few years, leading to the rise of actively managed fixed income ETFs. As interest rates and inflation remain big question marks, an actively managed core fixed income strategy could bear fruit.

Join the experts at Vanguard and look under the hood of two new active fixed income strategies on June 4th at 12:30pm.

June 4, 2024
9:30a PT | 12:30p ET
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Topics covered will include:

  • How Vanguard’s active managers are navigating the current environment.
  • An overview of the advantages of active management in the fixed income space.
  • An overview of two new Active ETFs, VCRB & VPLS.


Dan Shaykevich

Portfolio Manager

Brian Quigley

Portfolio Manager

Todd Rosenbluth

Head of Research

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