Janus Henderson launches actively managed sustainable credit ETF in Australia

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Janus Henderson Investors has launched an actively managed impact bond ETF in Australia called the Janus Henderson Sustainable Credit Active ETF (GOOD AU). The fund invests in investment-grade corporate bonds from issuers worldwide that contribute positively to at least one of eight impact themes, including decarbonization, sustainable buildings, social equality, and affordable housing. Up to 20% of the portfolio may be allocated to high yield bonds, and foreign currency exposure will be fully hedged for non-Australian dollar-denominated securities.

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The ETF has a management fee of 0.50% and uses a combination of third-party ESG measures and proprietary research for security selection.


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