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The mechanics of ETFs

An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is an investment vehicle that in many ways is a hybrid of an mutual fund and a stock. Download this infographic to learn more about how ETFs work.

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Making the case for Ultra Short bonds

Ultra-short bond funds offer investors two primary opportunities. First, the potential for a higher yield over a money market fund

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More choice. Same quality.

We offer clients the option to select an experienced provider when deciding where to place their ETF assets. For decades, across BNY Mellon we have managed or serviced hundreds of billions of dollars in ETF assets – acting as custodian, facilitators, brokers and advisors. BNY Mellon has a suite of ETF capabilities covering asset servicing, securities lending, capital market services, brokerage and clearing services.

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We have the size, experience and expertise to deliver outcome-oriented investment solutions for clients

Combining the size, scale, capabilities, experience and expertise at BNY Mellon enables us to offer a high quality ETF product range while maintaining value for clients.

Our range of index ETFs can be used as ‘building blocks’ in an investor’s portfolio, either as part of a multi-asset solution or a more holistic investment strategy.

Our next phase of ETF product development involves harnessing the specialist capabilities of our investment firms to deliver actively-managed ETF solutions to a broader range of clients.

BNY Mellon’s operational
excellence means we have the scale, expertise and quality to deliver for our clients.


Easy to trade and tax efficient1.
All with competitive pricing.

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Inspiration curated

With a collection of articles and infographics we look to provide investors and financial professionals with an inside look at what is driving the ETF industry. We cover the latest trends in investing, the value ETFs may possess in portfolios as well as why ETFs may be the right choice for you.


2021: the year that will be?

In BNY Mellon Investment Management’s second annual sentiment survey we asked our fund managers and analysts for their views on the year ahead.

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A smoother road ahead for small caps?

Last year was painful, but we think this year will be different. The market is reflecting the expectation of a swift recovery and additional stimulus has lifted investor spirits.

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Thematic features

What makes a country an emerging market? Many things, which is why this is often a complex explanation. But a graphic representation known as the Kuznets Curve may help. Here, the ‘curve’ illustrates how countries evolve.

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Why ETFs?

Many advisors and investors are already familiar with the benefits exchange-traded funds (ETFs) can offer, but complex issues lie just below the surface. Experts from across our company take a deeper look at some of the underlying components that can influence the performance of even the most carefully constructed investment portfolios.

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A   boom   in   actively-managed   ETFs   could   be   just   the   start   of   a   shift   in   a   $9.4 trillion*   industry   that   has   long   been   a   bastion   of   index-tracking   investments.   “The   ETF   Rule   levelled   the   playing   field,”   said   Stephanie   Pierce,   CEO   of   ETF,   Index   and   Cash   Investment   Strategies   for   BNY Mellon   Investment   Management.  

*Source: ETFGI Active ETF and ETP Industry Insights, June 30, 2021

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Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of a fund carefully before investing. To obtain a prospectus, or a summary prospectus, if available, that contains this and other information about a fund, contact your financial advisor or visit Please read the prospectus carefully before investing.

ETF shares are listed on an exchange, and shares are generally purchased and sold in the secondary market at market price. At times, the market price may be at a premium or discount to the ETF's per share NAV. In addition, ETFs are subject to the risk that an active trading market for an ETF's shares may not develop or be maintained. Buying or selling ETF shares on an exchange may require the payment of brokerage commissions.

ETFs trade like stocks, are subject to investment risk, including possible loss of principal. The risks of investing in the ETF typically reflect the risks associated with the types of instruments in which the ETF invests. Diversification cannot assure a profit or protect against loss.

Bonds are subject to interest rate, credit, liquidity, call and market risks, to varying degrees. Generally, all other factors being equal, bond prices are inversely related to interest-rate changes and rate increases can cause price declines. High yield bonds involve increased credit and liquidity risk than higher rated bonds and are considered speculative in terms of the issuer's ability to pay interest and repay principal on a timely basis. Equities are subject to market, market sector, market liquidity, issuer, and investment style risks to varying degrees. Small and midsized company stocks tend to be more volatile and less liquid than larger company stocks as these companies are less established and have more volatile earnings histories. Investing in foreign denominated and/or domiciled securities involves special risks, including changes in currency exchange rates, political, economic, and social instability, limited company information, differing auditing and legal standards, and less market liquidity. These risks generally are greater with emerging market countries.

The ETF funds will issue (or redeem) fund shares to certain institutional investors known as Authorized Participants (typically market makers or other broker-dealers) only in large blocks of fund shares known as Creation Units. BNY Mellon Securities Corporation ("BNYMSC"), a subsidiary of the BNY Mellon, serves as distributor of the fund. BNYMSC does not distribute fund shares in less than Creation Units, nor does it maintain a secondary market in fund shares. BNYMSC may enter into selected agreements with Authorized Participants for the sale of Creation Units of fund shares.

The ETF funds are not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by Morningstar Inc. or Bloomberg Index Services Limited (together "index provider") and the index provider makes no representation regarding the advisability of investing in the fund. The index provider determines the composition of the index and relative weightings of the securities in the index, which is subject to change by the index provider. The index provider publishes information regarding the market value of the index.

Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

This material has been distributed for informational purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice or a recommendation of any particular investment, strategy, investment manager or account arrangement and should not serve as a primary basis for investment decisions. Please consult a legal, tax or investment advisor in order to determine whether an investment product or service is appropriate for a particular situation.

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