Two-thirds (67 per cent) of institutional and sophisticated investors polled by Invesco PowerShares believe that MiFID II will result in increased use of ETFs by institutional investors in Europe.
Hector McNeil, Co-CEO and founder of HANetf has written a comment piece claiming that MiFID II takes away the US’ edge in ETFs.
End to end systematic trading solutions firm, QuantHouse, has added Jane Street Financial’s systematic internaliser (SI) to its qh API Ecosystem.
Since winning the best domestic clients team award in Wealth Adviser’s 2017 awards, WHIreland has seen assets under management grow to GBP3.1 billion.
BlackRock reports that investors turned to ETFs during Tuesday’s market volatility, with new MiFID II reporting rules shining a brighter light on trading activity.
Key findings from Swiss exchange SIX’s survey of Traders include the fact that 88 per cent of traders have seen a shift from active towards passive investing and 72 per cent expect the level of passive investing to rise further next year.
EY global ETF study finds majority believes most asset managers will have an ETF offering within five years
Two-thirds (67 per cent) of respondents interviewed for the EY report ‘Global ETF Research 2017: reshaping around the investor’ believe most managers will have an ETF offering in the next five years.
With the enforcement of MiFID II on 3 January 2018, EEX and Powernext will transfer their non-MTF offering for power and natural gas into Organised Trading Facilities (OTFs).