(Bloomberg) — Fidelity Investments is expanding its ETFs business by introducing its first so-called smart beta offerings.

The firm expects to start trading six smart-beta ETFs on Sept. 15 that rely on factors such as low volatility, dividends and momentum, Boston-based Fidelity said Thursday in a statement. The ETFs will track indexes developed by the firm that draw on the expertise of its quantitative-research team.

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