The ICOR ETF attempts to provide a high income yield by investing in a diversified portfolio of investment grade bonds in Australia. For ethical/sustainability minded investors, ICOR also incorporates a ‘negative’ screen on companies.
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ICOR provides exposure to Australian investment grade bonds, which typically provide a consistent income stream. ICOR also screens out companies involved in controversial weapons, fossil fuels, civilian firearm companies, UN compact violatores and tobacco companies.
Investors might want to use the ICOR ETF to invest in Australian bonds which offer higher than typical ‘yields’ or income potential.
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