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Overlay Shares Large Cap Equity ETF Crosses $100 Million in Assets

Author: Megan Delaney
Megan Delaney

 

ATLANTA — September 15, 2020 — Liquid Strategies, the parent of Overlay Shares exchange-traded funds (ETFs), announced today the Overlay Shares Large Cap Equity ETF (OVL) has crossed $100 million in assets under management since it began trading on the NYSE Arca in October. OVL attaches an income overlay to a passively managed index ETF, aiming to generate income and boost yield.

The Overlay Shares ETF suite features five sought-after and highly liquid index ETFs with each ETF employing a disciplined risk-managed overlay strategy focused on generating tax-efficient income on top of underlying core ETF assets.

  • Overlay Shares Large Cap Equity ETF (ticker: OVL)
  • Overlay Shares Small Cap Equity ETF (ticker: OVS)
  • Overlay Shares Foreign Equity ETF (ticker: OVF)
  • Overlay Shares Core Bond ETF (ticker: OVB)
  • Overlay Shares Municipal Bond ETF (ticker: OVM)

“The continued growth of the Overlay Shares ETF suite demonstrates the significant need that investors have for income given the historic low yield environment”, said Shawn Gibson, Chief Investment Officer for Liquid Strategies and Overlay Shares, “We are excited to provide investors with a solution to this problem by seeking to generate supplemental income for five of the largest asset classes.”

 

For more information, please visit www.overlayshares.com.

 

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