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Jerome Schneider, Head of Short-term portfolio management: Over the past decade investors have learned to utilize MINT
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and its actively managed approach as a tool for capital preservation while seeking income along the way.
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The combination of liquidity management, our proactive views of how to manage volatility, and most importantly, diversification and approaches to credit-sensitive markets, has allowed us to create a resilient strategy in the actively managed ETF space.
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Whether it was periods of stress right after the financial crisis, the European banking crisis, or the oil repricing,
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we've seen MINT able to pivot and find opportunities that passive strategies simply couldn't take advantage of over that point in time.
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