iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF company info

What does iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF do?
iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term Corporate ETF (NYSE:IBDR) focuses on providing investors a unique bond investment experience. It operates by targeting bonds that are set to mature around December 2026. The ETF pools these bonds together, allowing investors to gain exposure to a broad range of corporate debts with a specific focus on the maturity date. This approach aims to combine the income and interest payment benefits of individual bonds with the flexibility and ease of trading found in ETFs. Its main objective is to offer a steady income stream while preparing for the bonds to mature by the end of 2026, at which point the fund will terminate and return the principal to investors. This strategy is particularly appealing for those seeking a predictable investment horizon without the need to individually manage the bonds in their portfolio.
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Company Snapshot

Is iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

What sector is iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF?

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Head Office
San Francisco, United States

What year was iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2016
What does iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF specialise in?
/Corporate Bonds /Fixed Income /Investment Services /ETF Trading /Portfolio Management /Financial Planning

What are the products and/or services of iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF?

Overview of iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term ETF offerings
Targeted Maturity: The ETF focuses on holding investment-grade corporate bonds maturing in December 2026. This allows investors to target a specific maturity date and potentially benefit from predictable returns with potentially reduced interest rate risk.
Income Generation: The ETF aims to generate regular income for investors through interest payments on the underlying corporate bonds it holds.
Diversification: IBRD holds a basket of multiple corporate bonds, potentially reducing risk compared to holding individual bonds and offering broader exposure to the corporate bond market.
Transparency: The composition of the ETF's holdings is publicly available, allowing investors to understand the specific bonds they are indirectly investing in.
Exchange-Traded: Shares of the ETF are traded on a stock exchange like any other stock, enabling easy buying and selling throughout the trading day.
Defined Maturity Date: IBRD has a defined maturity date in December 2026. At that point, investors will receive the net asset value of the underlying bonds held by the ETF, representing the principal and any accrued interest.