Supplements»ETF Report 2017

Nick FitzpatrickSigns of maturity in the ETF market are not restricted to growth in assets under management.

TradingETFs have multiple uses. Nick Fitzpatrick looks at some of these and finds out how ETF usage is developing as the market matures.

Olive_treeThe two largest European equity ETFs track different indices, so Fiona Rintoul considers what difference an index can make to the product.

Following Invesco’s acquisition of Source, the combined firm is eager to show Europe what the two ETF providers can achieve together.

BoatResearch over many years by Edhec Business School has focused on tracking error. Here, Noël Amenc, Felix Goltz and Véronique Le Sourd present some of the broad findings.

Better data has led to more successful income strategies in recent years, says Lyxor.

…that’s the ratio of traded passive to active equities. The statistic is significant given the ‘bull market’ in ETFs and the supposed risk around this, our panel hears. Plus, smart beta and the rise of active ETFs.

Just as innovation is driving rapid change in our lives, it is changing how we invest. Many investors are facing challenges because the traditional ways of sourcing alpha are no longer sufficient to help meet investment goals.


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