Academy Asset Management Launches Pioneering Veteran Impact ETF

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Academy Asset Management, a SEC registered investment adviser and certified Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) as well as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOB), has announced the pioneering Academy Veteran Impact ETF (NYSE: VETZ). This groundbreaking ETF is the first publicly traded fund to primarily invest in loans benefiting U.S. service members, military veterans, their survivors, and veteran-owned businesses. A noteworthy feature is that at least 80% of the ETF’s underlying assets will be dedicated to loans for veterans and their families. Academy Asset Management, which is both Veteran owned and operated, takes on the role of sub-adviser for the fund. The firm is deeply committed to providing opportunities for veterans, including hiring, training, and mentoring, as part of its social mission.

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