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MV Index Solutions GmbH Launches the ATAC Credit-On/Credit-Off Index

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Designed to be exposed between high yield US corporate bonds and long-term US treasuries

FRANKFURT, Germany, Jun 14, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, MV Index Solutions GmbH (MVIS®) launched the ATAC Credit-On/Credit-Off Index (ticker: JOJO), an index designed to rotate in its exposure between long-term US treasuries and high yield corporate bonds using US-listed exchange traded funds (ETFs).

The specific composition of the ATAC Credit-On/Credit-Off Index (ticker: JOJO) will be determined by a proprietary signal which indicates a "Credit On" or "Credit Off" position and that considers the relative price of large cap US equities and US utilities equities. The index covers ETFs that represent long-term US treasuries and high yield corporate bonds. At rebalance, the index may be 100% long long-term US treasuries or high yield corporate bonds ETFs.

"We are pleased to utilize our sophisticated index construction capabilities to develop and launch the ATAC Credit-On/Credit-Off Index," said Steven Schoenfeld, CEO of MV Index Solutions. "This is the second unique index we’ve developed in partnership with Toroso, and we anticipate substantial interest in their products – both JOJO and RORO - benchmarked to these indexes," he continued.

Toroso Asset Management, the New York based investment management company specializing in ETF-focused research, investment strategies and services was closely involved in the development of the index, and will use it to launch a new product designed for financial advisors, RIAs, family offices and investment managers.

"The world needs a solution to the fixed income problem where the bond market is substantially broken," says Michael A. Gayed, CFA, Portfolio Manager at Toroso Investments, LLC. "The ATAC Credit Rotation Index is as tactical as it gets while providing yield and price appreciation potential by seeking to position defensively in treasuries prior to credit spread widening events," says Gayed.

The ATAC Credit-On/Credit-Off Index (ticker: JOJO) is calculated in USD as a price and a total return gross index. The index is reviewed on a weekly basis two hours before the close of the NYSE on Fridays and will be rebalanced based on the signal and security weights. Detailed information about the index, including methodology details and index data, are available on the MV Index Solutions website.

Key Index Features
ATAC Credit-On/Credit-Off Index (ticker: JOJO)
Number of Components: 1
Base Date: 28 December 2007
Base Value: 100

Note to Editors:

About MV Index Solutions -

MV Index Solutions (MVIS®) develops, monitors and licenses the MVIS Indices and BlueStar Indexes, a selection of focused, investable and diversified benchmark indices. The indices are especially designed to underlie financial products. MVIS Indices cover several asset classes, including equity, fixed income markets and digital assets and are licensed to serve as underlying indices for financial products. Approximately USD 33.06 billion in assets under management (as of 14 June 2021) are currently invested in financial products based on MVIS Indices and BlueStar Indexes. MVIS is a VanEck company.

About Toroso Asset Management -

Toroso Asset Management is an investment management company registered with the SEC as an RIA (Registered Investment Advisor) specializing in ETF focused research, investment strategies and services designed for financial advisors, RIAs, family offices and investment managers.

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Séverine Thäsler-Jäger, MV Index Solutions
+49 (0)69 4056 695 53

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