Many sophisticated fixed-income asset managers have eloquently argued the case for using an active manager to address the nuances of the fixed-income markets. Here, we set out to explore the fiduciary wealth professional’s investment vehicle decision when considering an active fixed-income approach. The common view that ETF design is specifically tailored for passive investment strategies may explain our observation that investors frequently overlook ETF’s structural advantages when seeking to invest in active fixed-income strategies.
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