Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF company info

What does Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF do?
Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF (NYSE Arca:SLI) focuses on investing primarily in senior loans to companies operating across various industries. These senior loans are generally floating rate, meaning their interest rates adjust in line with market rates, which can provide investors with potential protection against rising interest rates. The ETF aims to provide a high level of current income by carefully selecting and managing a diversified portfolio. By targeting senior secured loans, the fund seeks to maintain a position higher up in the borrower's capital structure, potentially offering a degree of credit protection. The fund's objective is to offer investors access to an asset class that can play a crucial role in diversifying income sources while managing risk exposure to fluctuations in interest rates.
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Company Snapshot

Is Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF employ?

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Employees
378

What sector is Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF?

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Head Office
New York, United States

What year was Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2019
What does Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Senior Loans /Portfolio Diversification /Risk Mitigation /High Yield /Income Generation

What are the products and/or services of Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF?

Overview of Virtus ETF Trust II - Virtus Seix Senior Loan ETF offerings
Investing in senior secured floating rate loans aiming at generating high current income.
Risk management strategies to mitigate credit, liquidity, and interest rate risks.
Diversification across various sectors and issuers to reduce volatility.
Active portfolio management emphasizing loan selection and sector allocation.
Utilization of leverage to potentially enhance returns on invested capital.
Provision of access to institutional senior loan strategies for individual investors.