ESG, thematic and active ETFs set for strongest growth

According to JPMAM survey

James Baxter-Derrington
Globally, 59% of investors see strong ESG ETF growth

Globally, 59% of investors see strong ESG ETF growth

ESG, thematic and active ETFs are predicted to see the strongest growth over the coming two to three years as passive ETFs’ majority slims, according to the Global ETF Study from JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM).

Globally, 59% of respondents anticipate growth in the ESG ETF market, 42% see strong growth in thematic products and 37% believe active ETFs will continue to grow over the coming years, compared to 32% predicting growth across passive ETFs. ESG, fixed income and active ETFs lead global demand Regionally, the US still falls shy of the rest of the world in its belief in ESG ETFs, with only 41% of respondents seeing strong growth in the space, compared with 68% in Latin America, 70% in Asia Pacific and 72% in EMEA, although it still ranked second of its top three growing ETF classes. ...

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