The majority of asset managers will have some form of ETF offering in the near future with many new entrants focusing on fixed income and smart-beta, according to a report by advisory services provider EY.
The report, entitled Global ETF Research 2017: reshaping around the investor, found 67% of the surveyed 70 ETF promoters, market makers and service providers believed most asset managers would launch ETF...
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