Income ETFs

Using ETFs for Income

There are a range of ways to enhance income through investments, including through cash, fixed income, property and in some cases, Australian shares and other listed securities.

A number of VanEck’s ETFs provide you with an ideal way to access these asset classes and opportunities to enhance your income.

Investing for income on ASX

FLOT Australian Floating Rate Corporate Bonds


PLUS Higher Yielding Australian Corporate Bonds


SUBD Australian Subordinated Debt


EBND Emerging Market Bonds


IFRA Global Infrastructure


REIT International Property


MVA Australian Property


DVDY Australian Moat Income


GCAP Global Capital Securities


Investing for income with VanEck

VanEck ETF Australian Floating Rate ETF
Asset class Australian Fixed Income
Portfolio Application
  • Floating Rate Notes (FRNs) offer enhanced yield.
  • Coupon payments will increase if market interest rates rise,or fall if interest rates go down.
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VanEck ETF Australian Corporate Bond Plus ETF
Asset class Australian Fixed Income
Portfolio Application
  • The yields from corporate bonds are generally higher yield than term deposits and government bonds.
  • PLUS is a portfolio of higher yielding predominately investment grade Australian Dollar corporate bonds.
More Information Smart Beta in Fixed Income  
VanEck ETF Australian Subordinated Debt ETF
Asset class Australian Subordinated Debt
Portfolio Application
  • First of a kind Australian offering.
  • Offers higher yield relative to cash, term deposits and traditional bonds for a slightly elevated risk.
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VanEck ETF Emerging Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund)
Asset class Emerging market bonds
Portfolio Application
  • A first in Australia, EBND takes an unconstrained approach offering you one-trade access to VanEck's active emerging markets bonds investment prowess.
More Information How we manage your money  
VanEck ETF FTSE Global Infrastructure (Hedged) ETF
Asset class Global Infrastructure
Portfolio Application
  • Income from infrastructure assets is typically more stable compared to equities and higher than traditional defensive assets such as bonds.
  • IFRA is currency hedged
More Information VanEck’s use of TOFA ensures smooth dividends  
VanEck ETF Australian Property ETF
Asset class Australian Listed Property
Portfolio Application
  • Stable rental income that is a potential hedge against include increases in line with CPI (the Consumer Price Index).
  • Income from A-REITs includes tax deferred income
More Information The difference between MVA and the other A-REIT ETFs  
VanEck ETF FTSE International Property (Hedged) ETF
Asset class International Property
Portfolio Application
  • A-REITS account for just 3% of the worlds REIT opportunity.
  • REIT is A$ currency hedged.
More Information Investing in international property  
VanEck ETF Morningstar Australian Moat Income ETF
Asset class Australian Equities
Portfolio Application
  • Income from quality Australian companies.
  • Focuses on high dividend, quality companies based on Morningstar's Economic Moat™ rating.
More Information Moat investing  
VanEck ETF Bentham Global Capital Securities Active ETF (Managed Fund)
Asset class Global capital securities
Portfolio Application
  • Diversify income away from Australian exposures.
  • Global capital securities can be used by Australian investors to diversify portfolios beyond local banks that dominate corporate bonds, equity income and hybrid allocations.
More Information An income alternative/complement to local hybrids  

All investing is subject to risk. Risk and return presented above is for illustrative purposes. There is no guarantee that any particular asset allocation or mix of funds will meet your investment objectives or provide you with a given level of income. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss in a declining market.

Focus on Infrastructure


Income from infrastructure assets is typically more stable compared to equities and higher than traditional defensive assets such as bonds. Infrastructure securities benefit from a number of key investment advantages being:

  • High barriers to entry: Results in a more stable income stream for investors compared to the earnings volatility of other equity investments; and
  • Protection from inflation: Infrastructure securities benefit from the link to inflation which is derived from regulated CPI-based price increases, as is often the case with airports, toll roads, and utility companies.


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