First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV company info

What does First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV do?
First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV (NASDAQ:FTCS) focuses on providing investors with a broad range of financial products, including several exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that cover various sectors and investment strategies. Its operations encompass the creation, management, and distribution of these ETFs, aiming to cater to diverse investor needs for asset allocation, income generation, and risk management. The fund's projects include the development of innovative ETFs that track unique indices or adopt novel investment approaches, striving to offer competitive returns and access to different markets and assets. Objectives of First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV center around delivering value to investors through expertise in fund management, transparency in operations, and responsiveness to market trends. The company's commitment is towards achieving long-term growth and sustainability in the evolving financial landscape.
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Company Snapshot

Is First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV employ?

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Employees
43

What sector is First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV?

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Head Office
Wheaton, United States

What year was First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV founded?

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Year Founded
2011
What does First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV specialise in?
/Exchange-Traded Funds /Investment Solutions /Asset Management /Financial Services /Equity Funds /Fixed Income

What are the products and/or services of First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV?

Overview of First Trust Exchange-Traded Fund IV offerings
High-income ETFs targeting diverse sources of yield for investors looking for income-generating investments.
Technology-focused funds that invest in companies innovating in the tech sector for potential growth.
Sector-specific ETFs providing targeted exposure to sectors such as healthcare, energy, and finance for investment diversification.
International ETFs for exposure to foreign markets, aiming at diversification and tapping into growth outside the US.
Smart Beta ETFs applying alternative index construction rules to target specific investment factors such as volatility or dividend yield.
Sustainability-focused ETFs investing in companies with strong environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices for socially responsible investing.