3 KEY POINTS ABOUT
iBONDS® ETFs

Mature like a bond

They have a specified maturity date. ETFs reimburse a final payment at maturity, similar to traditional bonds.

Trade like a stock

They can be bought and sold like stocks, providing flexibility for trading over time.

Diversify like a fund

They offer diversified bond exposure to a desired asset class in a single trade.

FEATURES

Certain Maturity

Liquidity

Diversification

Tax Efficiency

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WHAT CAN iBONDS® ETFs DO FOR YOU?

They trade on an exchange, providing access to bond markets for all types of investors (traditionally challenging to navigate), while maintaining diversification.

They provide diversified exposure to bonds that mature in the calendar year corresponding to the fund's name, allowing you to target specific points on the yield curve.

They offer a defined maturity date which can help plan an investment or have the funds available for an upcoming expense.

HOW DO iBONDS® ETFs WORK?

1. LAUNCH

iBonds® are launched with a start capital, and the fund is open for investors.

2. FUND IS LIVE

- Investors allocate assets to iBonds®, and AUM grows.
- iBonds® are designed to replicate a yield to maturity ("YTM") comparable to the underlying bond portfolio.

3. BONDS MATURE

Underlying bonds mature, and the portfolio is gradually transferred to cash equivalents.

4. DELISTING

The ETF is delisted, and the net proceeds are paid to shareholders.

Portfolios iBonds®

Update to

Update to | Returns Are Net of Fees (as an example 1.50% per year)

Bond Number

Avg. Effective Duration

Avg. Yield to Maturity

INVEST IN iBONDS® PORTFOLIOS WITH THE BCP GLOBAL ONE APP

Open your account with BCP Global and select “iBonds®“. If you already have an account, log in to your app and click “Open New Account“.

After responding to a few simple questions, we recommend a suitable iBonds® portfolio according to your investment profile.

You can accept the recommended iBonds® portfolio or have the freedom to choose a different option that could be in line with your investment goals. Note that both risk and return can be modified

Make a deposit and the funds will be automatically invested in the selected iBonds® portfolio.

Risk: Two main risks related to fixed income investing are interest rate risk and credit risk. Typically, when interest rates rise, there is a corresponding decline in the market value of bonds. Credit risk refers to the possibility that the issuer of the bond will not be able to repay the principal and make interest payments. Diversification and asset allocation may not fully protect you from market risk.