Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF company info

What does Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF do?
Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sector Income ETF (NYSEARCA:CGMS) is an exchange-traded fund focusing on generating income across various sectors. This fund aims to provide investors with access to multiple income-generating asset classes, striving for a diversified approach in its portfolio management. Through careful selection of investments in different sectors, including but not limited to, government bonds, corporate debt, and mortgage-backed securities, it seeks to optimize returns while managing risk effectively. The fund's main objective revolves around delivering consistent income, coupled with long-term capital preservation to its shareholders. MUSI operates in an ever-evolving financial landscape, adjusting its strategies to navigate through market fluctuations and capitalize on potential growth opportunities, making it a choice for income-focused investors.
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Company Snapshot

Is Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF employ?

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Employees
9,462

What sector is Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF?

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Head Office
Los Angeles, United States

What year was Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2022
What does Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Fixed Income /ETF Services /Asset Allocation /Risk Management /Portfolio Diversification

What are the products and/or services of Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF?

Overview of Capital Group U.S. Multi-Sectorome ETF offerings
Diversified fixed-income investments across sectors for balanced income generation.
Corporate debt securities to leverage credit opportunities.
High-yield bonds targeting higher income in return for higher risk.
Government securities for stability and risk mitigation.
Emerging market bonds for growth potential.
Mortgage-backed securities to tap into the real estate market.