JP Morgan AM ETF boss: why cash is a viable asset class
JPMAM's head of international ETFs says a 'wall of worries' is driving investors to cash-like ETFs.
JP Morgan AM launches first active ETFS with ESG range
The funds will be benchmarked against the MSCI Europe, S&P and MSCI World indexes respectively.
Hector McNeil gets first platform client with Internet ETF launch
HANetf has launched EMQQ's emerging markets internet ETF via its platform, the ETF in Europe to launch via a white label provider.
Just how dominant will ETFs be in 15 years?
Firms also have just three years to enter the ETF market or risk being left behind, according to ETF veteran Hector McNeil.
JP Morgan continues ETF push with four more hires
The firm has poached staff from iShares and Xtrackers as it looks to grow its exchange-traded fund (ETF) business.
Invesco launches ETF for new S&P 500 sector
Invesco has launched an ETF to provide exposure to the recently created communications sector of the S&P 500.
BMO cuts ETF fees by up to 43%
BMO Global Asset Management has cut the fees across its income leaders and global corporate bond ETF fund ranges.
ETF veteran issues fund firms three year warning
Hector McNeil has warned firms that they have to start taking the ETF market more seriously.
Vanguard hires senior specialist from State Street
Paul Young will report into Thomas Bartolacci, head of ETF Capital Markets, Europe
State Street loses £600m mandate as LV= selects Vanguard
LV= has chosen Vanguard for a 10-fund partnership with State Street losing out on the £600 million mandate.
Why and how rate induced corrections resemble buses
Comment: Much like buses, you wait years for a Treasury-induced sell-off and then two come along at once.
Private Office: Training up millennials
In a panel discussion at the Citywire Private Office Retreat, four leading industry figures in the private office world highlight recruitment as a way to address succession planning.
Kaepernick question: how important is company politics?
So should investors really fret about companies getting political or is it all just bluster?