IA eyes Global and Specialist sectors split

Expected by Q2 2021

David Brenchley
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The IA has proposed eight new sectors to be added, including Latin America
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The IA has proposed eight new sectors to be added, including Latin America

The Investment Association (IA) has proposed splitting its Global and Specialist sectors, after its move to include physical exchange traded funds (ETF) in the universe yielded more submissions than expected.

The industry body has proposed eight new sectors be added: Latin America; India; Global Smaller Companies; Financials; Healthcare; Infrastructure; Commodity/Natural Resources; Gold and Precious Metals....

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