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Meet the suite
KEY TAKEAWAYS
  • For the first time, Capital Group’s signature approach to active management is available in an ETF.
  • We’re offering six active transparent ETFs that are distinct from our American Funds® but based on seasoned strategies.
  • Designed to help strengthen the core of investors’ portfolios, our ETFs are objective-oriented funds that seek better investment outcomes in a variety of markets.

We’re bringing our 90 years of active management to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) with six active transparent ETFs. Designed to help strengthen the core of investors’ portfolios, our ETFs aim to deliver solutions for some of the most common portfolio allocations. While they’re different from the American Funds, many of our ETFs are based on seasoned strategies, and all leverage The Capital System℠, our distinct investment approach.


Here are the funds in our debut suite of ETFs:


CGUS: Capital Group Core Equity ETF

Combining growth and income to potentially provide a smoother ride

How it fits: Core U.S. equity allocation

  • U.S. equity-focused: A portfolio that can serve as a complement to an S&P 500 index fund. Like all Capital Group funds, it utilizes The Capital System, which is designed to help our portfolios participate in strong market environments and dampen volatility in challenging ones.  
  • Focus on fundamentals: Careful company selection, informed by fundamental research, helps identify companies with attractive long-term prospects for growth and/or dividends.
  • Balance: Blends many blue chip dividend-paying companies with non-dividend-payers that show attractive growth potential. 

CGGR: Capital Group Growth ETF

Seeks growth by investing in a broad group of companies that have potential for capital appreciation

How it fits: U.S. growth allocation

  • Growth: A broad strategy that seeks growth of capital as its objective rather than its investment style, meaning that while the fund will predominantly invest in larger, faster growing U.S. companies, managers have flexibility across different geographies and investment approaches in search of capital appreciation. 
  • Flexible: The fund takes a company-by-company approach, investing in traditional growth companies as well as cyclicals and turnaround situations in its quest for capital appreciation. 
  • Consistent: The fund takes a long-term perspective, which allows for a patient approach to growth investing.

How it fits: Core U.S. value allocation

  • Value: Dividends can offer a steady stream of returns to investors and this fund values companies that are capable of paying dividends across a variety of market and economic environments. 
  • Income: Seeks to produce consistent income that exceeds the average yield of the S&P 500 by focusing on companies that pay dividends or have the potential to pay dividends. 
  • Quality: The fund primarily invests in well-established U.S. companies with a history of financial strength and regular dividend payments. 

CGXU: Capital Group International Focus Equity ETF

Boots-on-the-ground investing for international growth

How it fits: Core international allocation

  • Opportunistic: Explore opportunities outside the U.S. — including emerging markets — with a company-by-company-focused strategy that seeks long-term growth of capital. 
  • Companies, not countries: The fund aims to pursue returns primarily through company selection, not regional or sector selection. 
  • Consistency: A core, non-U.S. fund that seeks to invest in promising international companies for long-term growth of capital, leveraging Capital Group’s distinct approach to investing. 

CGGO: Capital Group Global Growth Equity ETF

Travels anywhere for growth

How it fits: Growth allocation

  • Broad: Takes a flexible geographic approach in its search for fundamentally strong, high-potential companies anywhere in the world. 
  • Company focused: Takes a bottom-up approach, analyzing all aspects of companies with significant growth potential, including where they do business, their position in their industry, their products and the health of their supply chains. 
  • Supported by extensive global resources: Leveraging a deep global research network, the fund invests with the view that as global markets and economies become more connected, an informed perspective is increasingly important. 

CGCP: Capital Group Core Plus Income ETF

A balanced approach to preserving capital and pursuing income while seeking total return

How it fits: Single solution core-plus-income bond allocation

  • Core: Seeking downside protection alongside a resilient income stream.
  • Diversification: A broadly diversified portfolio with multiple sources of active return.
  • Income: Pursues a resilient income stream over a full market cycle through sector diversification including high-yield corporates, emerging markets and securitized debt.

Designed to help investors pursue their long-term goals


The image shows the suite of six ETFs categorized by investment objective. Funds with a growth objective include Capital Group Growth ETF (CGGR), Capital Group Global Growth Equity ETF (CGGO) and Capital Group International Focus Equity ETF (CGXU). Funds with a growth and income objective include Capital Group Core Equity ETF (CGUS) and Capital Group Dividend Value ETF (CGDV). The only fund with a fixed-income objective is Capital Group Core Plus Income ETF (CGCP).

At Capital Group, we use a long-term, objective-based approach to investing. We believe the core of investors’ portfolios should align to their goals and promote resilience during volatility. Our new ETFs are objective-oriented funds that seek better investment outcomes and aim to provide the flexibility to pursue attractive investments in a variety of markets.  


Contact your Capital Group representative to learn more about our ETFs.




An in-depth look at ETFs

Check out our definitive guide for a deeper understanding of how ETFs work.

Investments are not FDIC-insured, nor are they deposits of or guaranteed by a bank or any other entity, so they may lose value.

Investors should carefully consider investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. This and other important information is contained in the fund prospectuses and summary prospectuses, which can be obtained from a financial professional and should be read carefully before investing.

Capital Group exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are actively managed and do not seek to replicate a specific index. ETFs are bought and sold through an exchange at the then current market price, not net asset value (NAV), and are not individually redeemed from the fund. Shares may trade at a premium or discount to their NAV when traded on an exchange. Brokerage commissions will reduce returns. There can be no guarantee that an active market for ETFs will develop or be maintained, or that the ETF's listing will continue or remain unchanged.

The use of derivatives involves a variety of risks, which may be different from, or greater than, the risks associated with investing in traditional securities, such as stocks and bonds.

Lower rated bonds are subject to greater fluctuations in value and risk of loss of income and principal than higher rated bonds.

The return of principal for bond funds and for funds with significant underlying bond holdings is not guaranteed. Fund shares are subject to the same interest rate, inflation and credit risks associated with the underlying bond holdings.

Investing outside the United States involves risks, such as currency fluctuations, periods of illiquidity and price volatility. These risks may be heightened in connection with investments in developing countries.

As nondiversified funds, Capital Group ETFs have the ability to invest a larger percentage of assets in securities of individual issuers than a diversified fund. As a result, a single issuer could adversely affect a fund's results more than if the fund invested a smaller percentage of assets in securities of that issuer. See the applicable prospectus for details.

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