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The Natixis Loomis Sayles Short Duration Income ETF seeks current income consistent with preservation of capital to pursue higher yield potential in short duration yield securities
Bloomberg US Government/Credit 1-3 Year Index
Cliff Rowe, CFA
Dan Conklin, CFA
Total Fund Assets (as of 2/28/2023):
- Dynamic, active approach to sector allocation and security selection
- Individual investment ideas are evaluated on the basis of their investment return potential and contribution to portfolio risk
- Top-down macroeconomic analysis combined with bottom-up security selection drives portfolio construction
- Securities rated below investment grade are limited to 15% of the portfolio at the time of purchase
- Duration is managed within a narrow range to the benchmark
- All investments must be US dollar denominated
- The fund is new with a limited operating history.
- Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) trade like stocks, are subject to investment risk, and will fluctuate in market value. Unlike mutual funds, ETF shares are not individually redeemable directly with the fund and are bought and sold at market price, which may be higher or lower than the ETF's net asset value (NAV). Transactions in shares of ETFs will result in brokerage commissions, which will reduce returns.
- Unlike typical exchange-traded funds, there are no indexes that the fund attempts to track or replicate. Thus, the ability of the fund to achieve its objectives will depend on the effectiveness of the portfolio manager. There is no assurance that the investment process will consistently lead to successful investing.
- Fixed income securities may carry one or more of the following risks: credit, interest rate (as interest rates rise bond prices usually fall), inflation and liquidity.
- Below investment grade fixed income securities may be subject to greater risks (including the risk of default) than other fixed income securities.
- Foreign and emerging market securities may be subject to greater political, economic, environmental, credit, currency and information risks. Foreign securities may be subject to higher volatility than U.S. securities, due to varying degrees of regulation and limited liquidity. These risks are magnified in emerging markets.
- Interest rate risk is a major risk to all bondholders. As rates rise, existing bonds that offer a lower rate of return decline in value because newly issued bonds that pay higher rates are more attractive to investors.
There is no guarantee that the investment objective will be realized or that the strategy will generate positive or excess returns. Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against a loss. Any investment that has the possibility for profits also has the possibility of losses.
1 This arrangement is set to expire on 4/30/25. When an expense limit has not been exceeded, the fund may have similar expense ratios and/or yields. Net Expense Ratio refers to the limitation on expenses exclusive of brokerage expenses, interest expense, taxes, acquired fund fees and expenses, organizational and extraordinary expenses, such as litigation and information expenses and will expire as indicated.