Vanguard Group is set to launch two actively managed bond ETFs, the Vanguard Core-Plus Bond ETF (VPLS) and the Vanguard Core Bond ETF (VCRB), by the end of the year. These ETFs aim to outperform the broader bond market. Vanguard has been expanding its ETF lineup as the popularity of these investment products continues to grow due to their tax advantages and ease of trading.
Vanguard to Launch 2 Active Bond ETFs
ETF Newz Says:
The company currently manages 82 U.S. ETFs with $2.23 trillion in assets. The two new bond ETFs will offer diversified fixed income portfolios with exposure to various sectors, qualities, and maturities. The Vanguard Core-Plus Bond ETF will have an expense ratio of 0.20%, while the Vanguard Core Bond ETF will have an expense ratio of 0.10%. Both ETFs will provide investors with actively managed options in the bond market.