Craig Urciuoli from RBB Fund has overseen the firm’s growth since he joined at the beginning of 2020 from USD350 million to USD1.5 billion, with nine ETF products on the platform, and another 12 filings currently with the SEC.
Romain Thomas writes from Paris that AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM), the asset management subsidiary of the French insurer Axa, is working on its return to the universe of listed index funds (ETFs) in Europe.
Franklin Templeton arrived in the ETF arena relatively recently, having established its first ETFs in 2016 globally and launched its first European products in 2017.
I, and the rest of the team at ETF Express, just wanted to take a moment to offer our condolences to Jean-René’s family and the team at Trackinsight.
Martijn Rozemuller, CEO for VanEck Europe, was an early adopter of ETFs in Europe, having established ThinkETFs in 2008 in his native Amsterdam.
Nitesh Shah, Head of Commodities & Macroeconomic Research, Europe at ETF issuer WisdomTree writes that poor craftsmen often blame their tools.
Strategas Securities is an institutional macro research shop launched some 16 years ago in the US. Todd Sohn, technical and ETF strategist, explains that the firm is divided into different verticals such as economics or fixed income but also has a technical team that looks at how things are trading which includes ETF research.
MerQube, a next-generation index provider is set to transform the index industry, writes Philippa Aylmer.
Leverage Shares had quite the end of the year in 2021, breaking the record for the greatest number of listings in one day on the London Stock Exchange, with 42 new products offering a new range of ETPs, including ETPs on ARK Invest’s renowned range of thematic ETFs, with inverse and leverage options, plus access to Berkshire Hathaway.
2021 was a year that saw strong growth in the London Stock Exchange’s ETP range. Overall, there were 311 new ETPs across the year, divided into 181 ETFs and 130 other types of ETPs. This compares with 193 ETPs listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2020.
December saw the launch of the antidote to ESG with the BAD Investment Company’s first ETF, based on betting, alcohol and drugs.
November saw the distinctly cheeky launch of the SARK ETF from Matthew Tuttle’s Tuttle Capital Management, an ETF that tracks the inverse of the leading disruptive technology ARKK ETF on a single day.