Invesco Senior Loan ETF company info

What does Invesco Senior Loan ETF do?
Invesco Senior Loan ETF (NYSE:BKLN) is a unique financial entity dedicated to providing investors with access to senior loans. These loans, primarily made to companies with below investment-grade credit ratings, are floating rate in nature, meaning their interest rates adjust over time. This can provide a hedge against the risk of rising interest rates. The main objective of this ETF is to seek a high level of current income, with a secondary focus on the preservation of capital. BKLN achieves this by investing at least 80% of its total assets in the component securities that comprise the S&P/LSTA U.S. Leveraged Loan 100 Index. This strategy is tailored for investors looking for income generation opportunities while managing risk through exposure to senior loans, which are typically secured and have higher claim priorities in case of borrower default.
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Atlanta, United States

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What does Invesco Senior Loan ETF specialise in?
/Senior Loans /Passive Management /Interest Rate Protection /High Yields /Credit Risk /Daily Liquidity

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Overview of Invesco Senior Loan ETF offerings
Provides diversified access to senior floating-rate bank loans aiming for high current income.
Focuses on loans that have a first priority lien on the borrower's assets.
Seeks to offer preservation of capital during volatile market conditions.
Managed by a specialized investment team with extensive experience in senior loans.
Offers potential for higher yields in comparison to other fixed-income securities.
Incorporates a strategy designed to mitigate risk through rigorous credit analysis.