Western Asset Short Durationome ETF company info

What does Western Asset Short Durationome ETF do?
Western Asset Short Duration Income ETF (NASDAQ:WINC) focuses on providing its investors with income while maintaining a short duration profile. By investing primarily in a diverse portfolio of U.S. dollar-denominated investment-grade and high-yield debt securities, the fund aims to deliver a high level of current income to its shareholders. Managed by Western Asset Management, an experienced player in fixed income investments, WINC seeks to capitalize on opportunities across diversified sectors to manage risk and offer returns. Its objectives are carefully aligned to meet income generation goals while taking into consideration market volatility, making it a suitable option for investors looking for shorter-term income solutions with a conservative approach to risk.
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Company Snapshot

Is Western Asset Short Durationome ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Western Asset Short Durationome ETF employ?

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Employees
911

What sector is Western Asset Short Durationome ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Western Asset Short Durationome ETF?

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Head Office
Pasadena, United States

What year was Western Asset Short Durationome ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2019
What does Western Asset Short Durationome ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Income Fund /Bond Investments /Short-term Securities /ETF Services /Risk Management

What are the products and/or services of Western Asset Short Durationome ETF?

Overview of Western Asset Short Durationome ETF offerings
Investment in short-duration, investment-grade bonds targeting income with lower interest rate risk.
Active management approach for portfolio diversification and risk-adjusted returns.
Focus on U.S. and international bonds for global investment opportunities.
Implementation of a credit research-driven process to select high-quality issuers.
Liquidity management strategies to ensure capital preservation and access.
Use of derivatives and other instruments to hedge against market volatility and enhance income.