“With such a visible shift of assets into passive strategies, it is inevitable that the ECB and regulators view the growth of the ETF industry with some concern,” says Federico Cupelli (pictured), senior regulatory policy adviser at EFAMA.
Solactive has published a white paper ‘Multilateral Development Bank Bonds: A Rewarding Investment for a Better Society’ having recently released the Solactive UBS Development Bank Bond Index Family.
Solactive has published its latest white paper on Economic Moat, which explores a rules-based approach to select companies with lasting competitive advantages.
The TETF.Index that lies behind the ETF that mirrors the ETF industry has published a white paper entitled: The ETF Industry- The Next Five Years.
Stephen Cohen, Head of iShares EMEA at BlackRock, has commented on the position of ETFs six months into MiFID II, examining what has changed so far.
In the third and final part of his commentary arguing for non-transparent active ETFs, Hector McNeil (pictured), co-Founder and co-CEO of HANetf writes that ETFs have frequently been described as ‘democratic’ investment tools – institutional and retail investors have access to the same products, the same information and the trading flexibility.
In his second piece arguing for the introduction of non-transparent active ETFs, HANetf’s Hector McNeil addresses the ETF purists.
New research conducted by fixed income ETF provider Tabula amongst institutional investors and wealth managers suggests there will be a huge increase in the number of fixed income ETFs launched in Europe over the next three years.
Hector McNeil (pictured), co-Founder and co-CEO, HANetf presents his most recent commentary, arguing: The Case for Non-Transparent Active ETFs.
Commenting on the US’s negative trade balance with China, Arrow Funds CEO Joe Barrato (pictured), says that this has been growing steadily over the last decade and factors such as growing concerns about China’s high debt levels, asset bubbles, and slowdown in industrial sectors, make this the right time to leverage and demand a balanced traded structure between the two countries, while China still relies on trading with the US.