A New Risk-Controlled Fixed Income ETF

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About This Episode

As interest rates have risen dramatically over the past year, income-oriented funds have become more attractive. With the income finally back in fixed income, advisors are searching for new opportunities to generate yield while mitigating risk in their bond investments. That’s why Madison Investments, an independently owned investment firm managing $22.9 billion in assets, recently launched its first suite of four income-oriented ETFs. The firm provides a range of investment strategies across mutual funds, managed accounts and customized investment portfolios. It added ETFs to its offerings in August. Two of the funds in its suite – the Madison Aggregate Bond ETF (NYSE: MAGG) and the Madison Short Term Strategic Income ETF (NYSE: MSTI) – seek to capitalize on the growing demand for dynamic, risk-managed fixed income strategies. My guest today will discuss how advisors can use these actively managed ETFs to get the most value out of their fixed income allocation.

About Our Guest

Mike Sanders, CFA®, FRM® serves as a portfolio manager and is the head of fixed income at Madison Investments.

Mike started in the financial services industry in 2004 and joined Madison in 2013. Prior to joining Madison, Mike was a portfolio manager at Ziegler Lotsoff Capital Management with an extensive background in credit research. He earned his BBA in finance from St. Norbert College, M.S. in economics from Marquette University and an MBA in analytical finance and accounting from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is a CFA charterholder.

Show Notes

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