AllianzIM Launches September Buffered ETFs to Help Investors Navigate Market Uncertainties

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Allianz Investment Management LLC (AllianzIM) has introduced its September Buffered ETFs series, which includes two 12-month outcome period ETFs: AllianzIM U.S. Large Cap Buffer10 Sep ETF (SEPT) and the AllianzIM U.S. Large Cap Buffer20 Sep ETF (SEPW). These ETFs offer investors a way to participate in the equity market’s momentum while potentially mitigating uncertainties in the second half of the year. SEPT aims for a 10% downside buffer with a 19.44% cap, while SEPW targets a 20% downside buffer with a 13.54% cap, both referencing the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust. These buffered ETFs, offered with a 74 basis point expense ratio, provide risk mitigation strategies, reflecting AllianzIM’s risk management expertise and in-house hedging capabilities.


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