(Bloomberg) -- Worried about paying off your university education, new car or shopping habit? ETF investors soon could be betting on that too.

BlackRock’s planned iShares Consumer Asset-Backed Securities ETF will invest in notes supported by consumer loans, such as student debt and credit cards, according to a regulatory filing on Friday. If approved, it will be the first ETF to target the ABS market.

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