Franklin Templeton to Launch Multi-Asset Income-Focused ETF

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Franklin Templeton has announced plans to launch a new multi-asset ETF, the Franklin Income Focus ETF, in the US this summer. The ETF will seek to maximize income by investing opportunistically across different asset classes, markets and sectors, utilizing income generation strategies. It will invest in a diversified portfolio of equity and debt securities using a dynamic allocation approach that adapts to changing market conditions. The ETF will be managed by the experienced team of Ed Perks, Todd Brighton, and Brendan Circle, who currently manage Franklin Templeton’s flagship Franklin Income Fund mutual fund.

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The ETF will be listed on the NYSE Arca under the ticker INCM and will join Franklin Templeton’s 58 existing US ETFs.


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