FlexShares® Ready Access Variable Income Fund (RAVI) is an actively managed ETF that attempts to help short-duration fixed income investors maintain liquidity and reach for higher potential returns, without undue volatility.
Today, short-term investors who want to maintain liquidity must separate their needs for principal stability vs. income.
• Those who desire both liquidity and principal stability must accept very limited income.
• Those who desire both
Find out how RAVI seeks maximum current short-maturity bond income consistent with preservation of liquidity and capital, allowing for modest principal variability.
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Before investing consider the fund's investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. Go to flexshares.com/prospectus for a prospectus or summary prospectus containing this information. Read it carefully. Foreside Fund Services, LLC, distributor.
An investment in FlexShares is subject to numerous risks, including possible loss of principal. Fund returns may not match the return of the respective indexes. A full description of risks is in the prospectus.
FlexShares Ready Access Variable Income Fund (RAVI) is actively managed and does not seek to replicate a specified index. Additionally, the Fund may invest without limitation in the fixed income and debt securities of foreign issuers in both developed and emerging markets. The Fund is at increased credit and default risk, where there is an inability or unwillingness by the issuer of a fixed income security to meet its financial obligations, debt extension risk, where an issuer may exercise its right to pay principal on an obligation later than expected, as well as interest rate/maturity risk, where the value of the Fund's fixed income assets will decline because of rising interest rates. The Fund may also be subject to increased concentration risk as it may invest more than 25% of its assets into the securities of a single developed market. Additionally, the Fund may invest without limitation in mortgage or asset-backed securities, which puts it at increased risk for interest rate/maturity risk, debt extension risk, and prepayment (or call) risk. Also, the Fund is "non-diversified" under the Investment Company Act of 1940, and may invest more of its assets in fewer issuers than diversified funds.