JPMorgan AM Launches Australian Active Sustainable ETF Suite

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JPMorgan Asset Management has just announced the launch of a new actively managed sustainable ETF suite for Australian investors. The funds are called, the JPMorgan Climate Change Solutions Active ETF and the JPMorgan Sustainable Infrastructure Active ETF and both are available for trade on the Australian Securities Exchange. Both funds are Australia-domiciled and use the MSCI All Country World Index as their benchmark. A quote from JPMorgan about the funds strategy  of leveraging its insights states, “as well as a dedicated sustainable investing team in conjunction with the firms’s proprietary artificial intelligence technology.”

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The launch comes after another active sustainable ETF by Abrdn launched in October.


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