The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) is understood to be considering a more accommodative stance for governing exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in certain areas, in efforts that could see Ireland consolidate its position as the dominant European domicile in this rapidly-growing market and boost the popularity of active ETFs in particular.
In 2017, the regulator issued a discussion paper on the ETF market, which it expects to grow from €287bn in 2017 to as large as €720bn in Ireland by 2021, and consulted with the industry on potential new...
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