Legg Mason Solution-Driven ETFs

Liquid

Can be bought or sold any time during
market hours at real-time prices

 

Cost-effective

Streamlined operations help lower
structural costs/expenses

 

Potential Tax Advantages*

May offer advantages for tax efficiency
versus traditional funds 

 

Why Legg Mason ETFs?

Legg Mason’s suite of innovative ETF product offerings represent one more way to tap into the expertise of our Legg Mason investment affiliates. We recognize that investors’ needs range from growing wealth, to drawing portfolio income and managing volatility. That’s why we offer a growing set of strategies and vehicles that can help meet these goals while also navigating today’s unpredictable economic environment.


FEATURED ETFS

LEGG MASON LOW VOLATILITY HIGH DIVIDEND ETF

Legg Mason Emerging Markets Low Volatility High Dividend ETF

Legg Mason International Low Volatility High Dividend ETF

Legg Mason Global Infrastructure ETF

Legg Mason Emerging Markets Diversified Core ETF

Legg Mason Developed ex-US Diversified Core ETF


Featured Articles

LOW-VOL, HIGH-DIV IS THE NEW BLACK

The ageless style of defensive yield is more than a passing fad.

WHO CARES ABOUT VOLATILITY? YOU SHOULD.

Market commentators constantly harp on “volatility” – volatility is rising, volatility is falling, investors need to manage against it – but the concept does not resonate with many retail investors.


Featured Content

Investment Idea

ETF Product Guide

View our core and income strategies to address common investor needs such as managing volatility, generating income and growing wealth.

Investor Guide

Strategies for Low Volatility and High Income

With bond yields remaining near historic lows, income-seeking investors have turned to other investments, including equities, in seeking the yield they need.

Investment Idea

Building Portfolios With Infrastructure

Because of the need for innovative approaches to financing, a surge in spending on global infrastructure could be on the horizon.

Investor Guide

Diversification By Design

QS Investors’ Diversification Based Investing (DBI, QS DBI ™) takes a macro approach to building portfolios and balancing risk to deliver broad market exposure that can complement core portfolios.

Whitepaper

Currencies and the U.S. Investor: Smoothing the Ride

Hedging the currency component of international stock investing can meaningfully reduce its contribution to volatility. For income-driven U.S. investors, this can be especially useful.

Whitepaper

Clients Worried About Trading ETFs? Help Ease Their Minds.

We’ve come a long way from the early days of exchange traded funds (ETFs), with only a handful on the markets. Today, there are many options available to investors, and more compelling solutions to clients’ needs.

Market Commentary

The Trouble with Bubbles

Details the fallouts that passive-strategy investors see at the end of a market bubble.

*Selling your ETF shares at a gain will trigger a taxable event. An ETF is a pooled investment vehicle with shares that can be bought or sold through the trading day on a stock exchange at a market determined price. A traditional mutual fund is also a pooled investment vehicle; however shares of a traditional mutual fund are bought or sold at the fund's net asset value, which is calculated at the end of the trading day.  Both products generally represent a portfolio of securities, derivative instruments, currencies or commodities. The risks of owning an ETF or traditional mutual fund generally reflects the risks of owning the underlying investments. ETFs and traditional mutual funds also have management fees and operating expenses that increase their costs. The differences between the ETFs and traditional mutual funds could significantly impact performance. These differences include but are not limited to investment strategy, regulatory requirements, tax implications, fees and expenses, cash flows, trading structure and transparency requirements.

Authorized participants ("APs") may acquire shares in the primary market directly from the ETFs and may tender their shares for redemption directly to the ETFs, at net asset value per share only in Creation Units or Creation Unit Aggregations. Once created, shares of the funds generally trade in the secondary market in amounts less than a Creation Unit. Retail investors buy and sell shares of ETFs at market price (not NAV) in the secondary market throughout the trading day. These shares are not individually available for purchase or redemption directly from the ETF.

Legg Mason, Inc., its affiliates, and its employees are not in the business of providing tax or legal advice to taxpayers. These materials and any tax-related statements are not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used or relied upon, by any such taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties or complying with any applicable tax laws or regulations. Tax-related statements, if any, may have been written in connection with the “promotion or marketing” of the transaction(s) or matter(s) addressed by these materials, to the extent allowed by applicable law. Any such taxpayer should seek advice based on the taxpayer’s particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: All investments involve risk, including loss of principal. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Please see each product’s web page for specific details regarding investment objective, risks, performance and other important information. Review this information carefully before you make any investment decision.

Carefully consider a fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses before investing. Please view the prospectus or summary prospectus for this and other information. Read it carefully.

FINANCIAL ADVISORS: Please note that not all share classes may be available for sale at your firm. Please call the Legg Mason Sales Desk 1-800-822-5544 or your Legg Mason Sales contact for more information.