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Peter Harper, Head of Capital Markets at BetaShares, speaks to InvestorDaily about their latest ASX-traded fund, the BetaShares Australian Bank Senior Floating Rate Bond ETF – ASX Code: QPON. QPON invests in a portfolio of some of the largest and most liquid floating rate bonds issued by Australian banks. The Fund provides investors with an attractive monthly income that should be expected to increase with rising interest rates, along with the diversification benefits and the relative capital stability of floating rate bonds. The Fund has received an initial rating of “Recommended(Index)” by Lonsec.
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