ETF Report 2015 synopsis

Editorial Synopsis
ETF Report 2015

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Fixed income
Investor satisfaction with bond ETFs is high following two years of product development in a previously under-covered area. Funds Europe looks at how providers have managed to satisfy demand in this area.

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Renminbi

The internationalising of the Chinese currency has provided a major investment theme and European ETF providers – sometimes in partnership with Chinese asset managers – have responded with offerings.

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Fund flows

With ETFs at the point of matching the hedge fund industry in size of assets under management, Funds Europe looks at the major flow patterns as the gap narrows.

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Corporate governance

Due to a huge amount of assets under management, ETFs could wield major power as asset owners. We look at how these funds sit in relation to corporate governance of global companies.

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Enhanced indexing

The trouble with some ETFs is that their underlying indices may hold undesirable equities or bonds. Active ETF providers seek to cast views about underlying assets. Funds Europe profiles some of the providers.

contact Nicholas Pratt: [email protected]

 


PLUS
executive interviews, regular features, including fund launches and people moves

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