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.
It’s all about producing income for Colorado-based Advisors Asset Management (AAM). Lance McGray, Managing Director, Head of ETF Product, Advisors Asset Management explains that the firm has been a dynamic player in the asset management space since 1979.
ETF Express is very pleased to announce that voting is now open for the ETF Express European ETF awards 2022.
A new paper suggests billions are lost each year when index funds rebalance sparking controversy writes Bailey McCann from New York.
2021 was a good year for Paris-headquartered fund manager and ETF issuer Ossiam as its assets rose by USD1.8 billion on the back of, among other things, providing ESG solutions to institutional managers.
PwC’s latest global report, entitled ‘ETF 2026: The next big leap’ predicts that global ETF assets under management are set to top USD20 trillion by 2026, with 60 per cent of European participants believing that ETF assets will reach at least USD3 trillion by 2026.