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LATEST UPDATES FROM INDEX SERVICES AT NORTHERN TRUST
May 22, 2023
As part of an index methodology review, Northern Trust Index Services has elected to add the following rule to the Northern Trust US Corporate Bond Quality Value Index, the Northern Trust US Long Corporate Bond Quality Value Index, the and Northern Trust High Yield Value-Scored US Corporate Bond Index.
- Duration band constraint: to limit the index’s maximum or minimum weight to +/-3% versus the eligible universe, within several duration-buckets
These changes will take effect for the July 2023 reconstitution, and be effective as of August 1, 2023 within the index.
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Manager, Index Services
Mike Deverall is Vice President and Manager of the Index Services Group, which creates, manages, and licenses indices under the Northern Trust brand. Prior to founding the Index Services team in 2012, Mike held several roles within the Global Equity Group, with his responsibilities spanning portfolio management, investment research and portfolio operations. He earned an M.B.A., with distinction, from DePaul University's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, and a B.S. from Miami University.
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