ETF assets set to hit $20trn by 2026

Double in next five years

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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ETFs have had a compound annual growth rate of 22% since 2005
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ETFs have had a compound annual growth rate of 22% since 2005

Global ETF assets under management are set to double in the next five years, reaching $20trn by 2026, according to PwC.

The report, titled ‘ETF 2026: The next big leap', found that ETFs had a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22% since 2005, and predicted a decrease to 17% for ETFs to hit $20trn. ETFs are also seeing...

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