SEI Enhanced U.S. Large Cap Value Factor ETF

Cboe: SEIV

Listed May 18, 2022

The SEI Enhanced U.S. Large Cap Value Factor ETF seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in U.S. common stocks with lower prices relative to fundamental valuation characteristics, as determined by SIMC.

Under normal circumstances, the SEI Enhanced U.S. Large Cap Value Factor ETF will invest at least 80% of its net assets (plus the amount of any borrowings for investment purposes) in equity and equity-related securities (such as convertible bonds, convertible preferred stock, depositary receipts, warrants and rights) issued by large U.S. companies.

Value investing is a mean-reverting investment strategy that is based on acquiring assets at a discount to their fair valuation. SIMC uses a quantitative-based, active stock selection investment strategy to construct the funds portfolio. SIMCs quantitative model and rules-based screening process evaluates all of the securities in the investment universe of U.S. large-capitalization stocks based on various factors, which may include earnings, cash flow, sales, and asset-based valuation characteristics, such as price-to-earnings ratio or price-to-cash flows. The optimization process seeks to build a portfolio with high primary exposure to equity securities of superior value, while concurrently managing secondary exposures to other factors, including momentum, quality and low volatility, in tandem with certain investment restrictions.

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