European ETFs attract record $74bn in first half
The pace of inflows into European exchange traded funds (ETFs) and products (ETPs) has reached a record $74 billion year-to-date, more than double net inflow at this point last year, according to research firm ETFGI.
The seven drivers behind the rise of ETFs
Seven Investment Management's (7IM) Peter Sleep takes a look at the key developments the exchange-traded funds (ETF) market has gone through in the last decade.
VanEck to launch actively managed bitcoin ETF
VanEck is to launch an actively managed exchange-traded fund (ETF) that invests in bitcoin-linked derivatives, the VanEck Vectors Bitcoin Strategy ETF, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
ETF inflows for year to date eclipse 2016 total
Money invested over first seven months of 2017 hits new record level.
Veteran ETF duo confirms 'white label' platform plans
Former WisdomTree Europe co-chief executives Hector McNeil and Nik Bienkowski have confirmed plans to launch a ‘white label’ ETF platform.
BMO launches trio of enhanced income ETFs
The group claims the suite is a UK first, with the ETFs targeting gross yields of between 5 and 7%.
BlackRock launches floating rate bond ETF
BlackRock has launched a floating rate bond fund intended to defend against rising interest rates.
CEO Tapes: factor investment - the only certainty is uncertainty
Our panel of fund house chief execs give the concept of factor investment short shrift
ETF health check: testing the pulse of June 2016's hottest launches
A year on we reveal the ETFs that have seen assets swell as well as those that have failed to gain traction.
Four wealth managers on the role of ETFs
As exchange traded funds become an increasingly important cog in the investment wheel, we ask four wealth managers what role they play in their asset allocation.
Criminal Finances Act 2017: a wealth manager checklist
Anne Healy-McAdam, Head of private client tax at Cordium, offers some advice to wealth firms head of introduction of tough new rules.
Why we're only at start of powerful Asian bull market
Out-of-date ideas on Asia and emerging markets means investors are missing out.
A lack of creativity is holding back wealth management
Kurtosys CEO Mash Patel feels wealth firms and asset management firms could be more imaginative when it comes to presenting data.