PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund company info

What does PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund do?
PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund (NYSE:LDUR) is focused on providing investors with an active management strategy aimed at low-duration fixed income securities. This ETF seeks to offer a combination of total return and preservation of capital through investments in a diverse portfolio of bonds, emphasizing those with shorter maturation periods. PIMCO aims to identify opportunities across global markets, leveraging in-depth research to navigate interest rate environments and credit risks. The fund's objective is to generate consistent income while maintaining a focus on low-duration assets, making it suitable for investors seeking reduced exposure to interest rate fluctuations. By investing in LDUR, shareholders gain access to PIMCO's renowned fixed income expertise, with the fund operated by one of the world's prestigious asset management firms.
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Company Snapshot

Is PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund employ?

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Employees
4,098

What sector is PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund?

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Head Office
Newport Beach, United States

What year was PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund founded?

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Year Founded
2014
What does PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund specialise in?
/Fixed Income /Portfolio Management /Risk Management /ETF Investment /Active Management /Investment Strategy

What are the products and/or services of PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund?

Overview of PIMCO Enhanced Low Duration Active Exchange-Traded Fund offerings
Active management of short-duration bonds to optimize yield.
Currency hedging strategies to minimize risk from forex fluctuations.
Credit analysis for selecting high-quality, low-duration investments.
Interest rate hedging to protect against market volatility.
Use of derivatives for efficient portfolio management and risk mitigation.
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) integration for sustainable investing.