Active ETFs maintain strong inflows throughout July

40th consecutive month of inflows

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Active ETFs recorded another strong month for inflows globally, taking in 17.5% of net investment over the month, despite comprising only 5.8% of ETF assets under management.

Actively managed ETF AUM reached a record $628bn at the end of July, the 40th month of consecutive net inflows, according to data from ETFGI. JP Morgan AM adds two Article 9 ETFs to $7bn REI equity ETF platform Net inflows reached $15.3bn in July, as year-to-date net flows totalled $84.7bn, the second highest on record, following 2021's $87.7bn. This meant active ETF assets have increased 28.8% throughout 2023, compared to a 17.3% increase seen across all ETFs. A majority of the inflows for actively managed ETFs went to the top 20, which collectively gathered $7.4bn during t...

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