London Stock Exchange nears £1trn in ETF assets

£10.8bn inflows in December

Cristian Angeloni
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The London Stock Exchange approached £1trn in ETF assets in December, gathering £10.8bn in net flows for the month, according to data from LSEG Lipper.

As of the end of December, total LSE-listed ETF assets were £987.1bn, with the vast majority coming from equity ETFs (£749.4bn), followed by bond ETFs (£214.8bn) and money market ETFs (£9.5bn). In 2023 alone, LSE-listed ETFs added £179bn, making it likely the stock exchange will hit the £1trn threshold soon, said Dewi John, head of UK and Ireland research at LSEG Lipper. Assets were up 22.2% year-on-year in December, largely driven by strong flows to equity ETFs, up 24%. Money market ETFs had a strong year, with assets soaring by nearly 60% over 2023, while alternative ETFs lost 79.4%...

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