iShares also changes names of corporate bond funds.
KraneShares teams up with Bosera to launch MSCI A-Shares ETF.
Pimco decides to throw in the towel on a broad Treasury ETF that hasn’t gathered assets.
The world’s biggest ETF firm hopes to gain a foothold in the world of bond funds that behave like individual bonds.
iShares rolled out four target-date maturity corporate bond funds in April. Each of the so-called term funds coming to market will expire on March 31 of the year in the given fund’s name. They each comprise U.S.-dollar denominated, investment-grade corporate debt from issuers with at least $250 million of outstanding face value.