Supplements»ETF Report 2018

Nick-Fitzpatrick2018 took a turn for the better as far as investors who have long wanted more fixed income ETFs are concerned.

Music_sheetFiona Rintoul looks at why bonds may make more sense in an ETF wrapper than equities do.

AcornWhile the additional returns wrought by securities lending may be attractive to many fund managers, there are also challenges to it being accepted. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports.

Neil_HutchisonNeil Hutchison, executive director, lead portfolio manager for managed reserves portfolios in Europe within J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Global Liquidity Group, explains how these assets can bolster cash balances in the current environment.

Following its recent launch of an active product, JP Morgan’s head of ETFs joined our roundtable to discuss active funds in the ETF format. The panel also discusses zero-fees and other ETF developments.

This autumn’s sell-off (which erased the S&P 500’s YTD gains) hasn’t dampened enthusiasm for US equities.

LiquidityThe ETF market is fragmented, with products having multiple listings. But market infrastructure providers are taking measures to increase efficiencies, reports Tim Steele.

Successful investors look to tomorrow rather than focus on today, and one of the most exciting future trends is artificial intelligence (AI).