Following Inside ETFs Hollywood 2019, Tony O’Brien reflects on key takeaways, including how far ETFs have come—and where they’re headed.
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We have submitted a comment letter to the SEC on the proposed ETF Rule (6c-11) and provided our position on the four key elements we view as most important in the proposed regulatory changes, and our advocacy for the SEC’s efforts to maximize investor choice and ease of entry into the ETF marketplace.
The recent news regarding the Precidian ActiveShares® filing provides a light at the end of the tunnel for active managers who want to leverage the ETF wrapper.
In preparation for the implementation of custom baskets, BNY Mellon has authored a series of documents, with this being the first, to help ETF issuers maximize their use of this old for some but new capability for many.
We explore different fixed income asset classes to see if past success remains true for multiple strategies within fixed income, or if particular sectors are better equipped to meet investor trading demands.
Increasing growth in the number of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) in the U.S. market continues to raise questions around the liquidity of ETFs. As part of these discussions, the market place remains focused on improving the market structure for ETFs.
The much-anticipated feedback statement following the release of DP6 on Exchange Traded Funds by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) was released 14 September 2018. Ireland has long been the domicile of choice for European ETFs, with the vast majority of European ETFs now domiciled in Ireland, so the CBI’s continued focus on this growing sector comes as no surprise.
There is a running theory on Wall Street that the billions of dollars flooding into exchange-traded funds (ETFs) will make their component securities easier to trade. That would be welcome news for the $40 trillion U.S. bond market, where liquidity — or the ability to buy and sell easily in reasonable size — has been dwindling.
The European ETF industry is gaining significant momentum and there seems to be an increasing number of established asset managers seeking their way into the ETF space. Read our interview with Hector McNeil, Co-CEO, HANetf on various trends shaping the European ETF landscape.
Ten years following the first proposal by the SEC for an ETF rule, the ETF industry may finally be set to receive its own rule under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (“40 Act”). Read how the rule could affect fund managers looking to launch an ETF.
With a shifting landscape, how can both ETF and mutual fund managers be poised to adapt their business to take advantage of newly launched ETF products?
Operational challenges can prevent a sponsor from reaching its full potential. Identifying and considering five key factors early in the development phase of an ETF product launch can help ETF Sponsors reach their desired goals.
On April 10, 2016 the DOL finalized its Conflict of Interest Rule, which re-defines the term fiduciary for the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. This paper will explore the basics of the rule, and look at potential effects on the ETF industry.
This new research and the resulting whitepaper offers a number of surprises about who is using ETFs, their place in investor portfolios, how they are perceived by advisors and their rate of adoption in light of the Department of Labor’s Conflict of Interest Rule.
Director, ETF & Structured Products, Business Development, BNY Mellon Asset Servicing
UIT Tax Information. IRS Form 8937: Report of Organizational Actions Affecting Basis of Securities
*etfgi.com; December 23, 2014 http://etfgi.com/news/index/newsid/138