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La Française IS | Oct 5, 2017

Overcoming the diversification challenge. 10 rules for constructing a robust premia portfolio with stable performance.

Are ETFs transforming active management?

BlackRock | Oct 2, 2017

Institutions are using ETFs as innovative solutions and efficient tools across asset classes. Find out more in the ETF Desk Reference.

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EMEA ETP Flow Commentary

BlackRock | Sep 26, 2017

Read the latest monthly ETP Flow commentary highlighting key themes from EMEA-listed ETP’s.

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ETFs: Dynamic Tools for Institutional Portfolios

BlackRock | May 15, 2017

In a recently released study, results show European institutions have adopted ETFs for a diverse range of portfolio applications. Results reveal institutional investors view ETFs as effective use for managing liquidity, inflation and concentration risk.

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BNY Mellon | Jul 15, 2015

In this paper BNY Mellon are offering insight into fund purchase decisions taken by investors in key cross-border fund markets in Asia.

Lyxor | Apr 21, 2014

Logic might suggest that all ETFs replicating the same market index are themselves the same. And yet, you do not have to be an experienced ETF investor to know that this is clearly a misconception. In practice, performance can vary. It is necessary to know which objective criteria to use when selecting an ETF.

Matheson | Feb 5, 2014

For global asset managers, choosing the right fund domicile is a key strategic decision. Whether seeking to establish UCITS or alternative investment funds or both, how do asset managers evaluate the best domicile for their needs among the various European financial centres available? And what are the key decision‑making criteria that influence their preference?

Russell Indexes | May 9, 2013

As reported in the 2012 Russell Institutional Benchmark Survey, the market share of the Russell Index series continues to increase. Russell now captures 72% of the market share for all U.S. institutional equity products reporting a benchmark, up from 68% in 2011.