Macquarie Asset Management launched its first three U.S.-listed ETFs on Nov. 29, a spokesperson confirmed.
The actively managed ETFs — the Macquarie Global Listed Infrastructure ETF, the Macquarie Energy Transition ETF and the Macquarie Tax-Free USA Short Term ETF — are trading on the NYSE Arca exchange, she said.
The Macquarie Global Listed Infrastructure ETF has an expense ratio of 0.49%, while the Macquarie Energy Transition ETF has an expense ratio of 0.79% and the Macquarie Tax-Free USA Short Term ETF has a 0.29% expense ratio. The respective ticker symbols are BILD, PWER and STAX.
"(We) are excited to offer clients additional flexibility and choice in investment vehicles with active management by our team of experienced portfolio managers," Macquarie said in a statement provided by the spokesperson. "These first three funds reflect Macquarie's deep expertise and specific investment areas, and we look forward to expanding our ETF platform in the year ahead."
The rollout of the U.S.-listed ETFs comes a week after Macquarie launched three actively managed ETFs on the Australian Securities Exchange, the spokesperson added.
Macquarie Asset Management, a unit of Sydney-based Macquarie Group, is a global asset manager with about $573 billion in assets under management as of Sept. 30, the spokesperson said.