Brandes Investment Partners Launches Actively Managed ETFs via Goldman Sachs’ ETF Accelerator

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Three actively managed ETFs from Brandes Investment Partners have been introduced as part of Goldman Sachs’ ETF Accelerator program. These ETFs, the Brandes U.S. Small-Mid Cap Value ETF (BSMC), the Brandes U.S. Value ETF (BUSA), and the Brandes International ETF (BINV), focus on investing in undervalued equities. Goldman Sachs’ ETF Accelerator aims to assist aspiring ETF issuers in bringing their products to market within six months, offering support in regulatory matters, portfolio management, and fee structuring. While Goldman Sachs plays a significant role in the ETF launch process, it does not act as the advisor, subadvisor, or white labeler for these ETFs. The accelerator has attracted interest from various potential ETF issuers, including insurance companies, hedge funds, and family offices, beyond asset management firms.


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