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Vanguard Global Value Equity Active ETF (Managed Fund)

Fund Manager: Vanguard
Inception Date: Apr 17, 2018

Jack Bogle, founder of Vanguard Investments has built a somewhat cultish following with his prophecies of the advantages of index investing. His loyal band of followers, labelling themselves ‘Bogleheads’ spruik the merits of index investing, citing the benefits of their low cost, high levels of diversification and the fact that many active fund managers fail to outperform over the long term. Many Bogleheads may be surprised that Vanguard actually has a range of active ETFs. They&r ... [More]

Global Value Equity and Global Minimum Volatility — ETF versions of actively managed funds in existence for the past year — will start trading on the ASX tomorrow.       <p style="margin-top: 0px; margin-bottom: 1.24em; color: rgb(68, 68, 67); font-family: " adobe="" garamond="" pro",="" georgia,="" "times="" new="" roman",="" times,="" serif,="" -apple-system,="" blinkmacsystemfont,="" "segoe="" ui",="" "droid="" sans",="" "helvetica="" neue",="" "pingfang="" sc",="" "hiragino="" sans="" gb",="" fallback",="" "microsoft="" yahei",="" sans-serif,="" sans-serif;="" font-size:="" 22px;="" font-variant-ligatures:="" common-ligatures;"="">The value fund aims to provide long-term capital appreciation via global equities while the low volatility fund is similarly designed for capital appreciation, albeit with less volatility than the Australian dollar-hedged FTSE Global All Cap index. Both have annual fees of just 0.28 per cent. [More]

Vanguard launches two active factor ETFs

Financial Standard - Apr 16, 2018

Vanguard will list its first active exchange-traded funds for Australian investors on the ASX tomorrow. The first of the two new ETFs is Global Value Equity (ASX: VVLU), and invests in global equities with value characteristics. The second, the Global Minimum Volatility (ASX: VMIN), aims to deliver a return with lower volatility than the FTSE Global All-Cap Index (AUD hedged) before fees, expenses and tax. Both will be managed by Vanguard's quantitative equity group (QEG) and target specific risk and return objectives via factor exposures, and are offered at a management expense ratio of 0.28%. "Offering active management at a lower cost removes one of the most persistent barriers to active outperformance," Vanguard Asia-Pacific head of investments Daniel Reyes said. [More]

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