Global net inflows into ETPs reached USD89.97 billion over September according to data providers ETFGI.
Franklin Templeton has registered all 16 UCITS ETFs from its Franklin LibertyShares range for investors in France.
Amundi’s ETF Market Flows Analysis for August 2021 finds that global ETF investors continued to favour equities in August with positive in-flows into the asset class from Europe, the USA and Asia.
Tradeweb’s latest ETF update on institutional European and US-listed ETF platforms reveals that trading activity on the Tradeweb European-listed ETF marketplace amounted to EUR29.4 billion in August, while the proportion of transactions completed via Tradeweb’s Automated Intelligent Execution (AiEX) tool was 71.4 per cent.
The latest global flows into ETPs figures from iShares by BlackRock reveals that they reached USD90.8 billion in August, a marked pickup from July (USD77.3 billion).
Global ETF assets reached a record USD9.46 trillion US dollars at the end of July, according to ETF data providers ETFGI, marking 26 months of consecutive net inflows.
Mutual fund conversion to ETFs in the US has been one of the most interesting phenomena to appear from the ETF rule change, with billions in assets added to ETFs which either mirror or replace their mutual fund cousins.
European ETFs have already outpaced 2019’s record in net new assets with EUR104.2 billion gathered so far this year, Lyxor ETF says.
A drop in US-listed US equity flows is almost entirely responsible for July’s fall in equity flows, iShares says, with net inflows of USD20.6 billion significantly down from the USD67.5 billion added to US-listed US equity in June, which was the second-highest inflow month on record for the exposure.
The global ETF industry broke the USD9 trillion assets under management barrier over July, according to the latest data from Trackinsight.