'Active ETFs': The evolution of passives in the US

How will the overall fund market be impacted?

'Active ETFs': The evolution of passives in the US

The rise of 'active ETFs' - a range of products combining active and passive approaches - is the latest major development in the giant passives space in the US. But how is their growth impacting the overall funds market and could they take off in the UK?

Nowhere in the world has the divide between active and passive flows been more pronounced than in the US funds market, where active funds saw their first year of net outflows in 2015, while passives attracted...

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