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Tabula launches new corporate bonds ETF


Tabula has launched a new ETF, providing access to corporate bonds with a fixed coupon, on Xetra and Börse Frankfurt.

The Tabula iTraxx IG Bond UCITS ETF (EUR) – Acc enables investors to invest in an equally weighted portfolio of liquid European and euro-denominated corporate bonds with investment grade ratings. 

In addition to a minimum outstanding volume of 500 million euros, securities with a residual term of three to seven years are considered, whereby the index is weighted in accordance with an average remaining term of five years. Any coupon payments are reinvested.

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