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European-listed ETFs grow AUM by record amount in January

Feb 13th, 2018 | By
BlackRock’s iShares Core S&P 500 ETF powers through $200bn milestone

Assets invested in ETFs/ETPs listed in Europe increased by a record $54.0 billion during January 2018 to reach a new high of $856bn, according to ETF industry consultant ETFGI. At the current growth rate, AUM within the European ETF/ETP industry is expected to pass the $1 trillion milestone in April 2018.


US-listed ETFs record two years of consecutive monthly inflows

Feb 13th, 2018 | By
US-listed ETFs record two years of consecutive monthly inflows

January 2018 marked the twenty-fourth consecutive month of net inflows into US-listed ETFs/ETPs, reports ETF industry consultant ETFGI. Assets invested across the country’s ETF industry rose by a record $219 billion during the month, consisting of $78.8bn in net new money.


ETF industry celebrates $5 trillion AUM milestone

Feb 9th, 2018 | By
Fixed income ETFs to play greater role in portfolios, finds Tabula

Assets invested in ETFs and ETPs broke through the $5 trillion milestone during January, finishing the month at $5.15tn, according to analysis from London-based ETF industry consultants ETFGI.


Active ETF inflows up substantially in 2017, finds ETFGI

Jan 29th, 2018 | By
Factors in focus: Risky start. Quality finish.

Net inflows into actively managed ETFs and ETPs listed globally amounted to $24.9 billion in 2017, up substantially on the $11.6bn recorded in 2016, according to ETF industry consultants ETFGI.


Assets in smart beta ETFs reach new high, but lag plain beta

Jan 25th, 2018 | By
Assets in smart beta ETFs reach new high, but lag plain beta

Assets invested in smart beta ETFs listed globally were worth $658.4bn as of 2017 year-end, having increased by $160.6bn over the year. While the growth was considerable, the genre actually lagged other product segments.


Asia Pacific ex-Japan ETF assets up in 2017, but inflows subdued

Jan 23rd, 2018 | By
Asia Pacific ETFs boost their income appeal as dividends soar

Assets invested in ETFs and ETPs listed in Asia Pacific ex-Japan increased by $40.2 billion (31.4%) during 2017, to reach a new high of $170.3bn at the end of December, according to ETFGI. The region saw net inflows of just $6.5bn during the year (down 45.8% on 2016), however, with the remaining growth in AUM coming from market performance.


Japanese ETF industry grows assets by 59% in 2017

Jan 23rd, 2018 | By
Japan ETF industry grows assets by 59% in 2017

The total market cap of Japanese listed ETFs and ETPs grew by $102.5 billion to a record high of $275.8bn in 2017, representing a 59% increase for the year, reports ETF industry consultants ETFGI.


Global ETF industry grows assets by a third in 2017

Jan 18th, 2018 | By
Invesco’s US Treasury Bond 7-10 year ETF swells to over $1bn AUM

The global ETF industry (including ETPs) grew by a record $1.287 trillion (36.3%) in 2017, more than double the previous record of $554.0 billion set in 2016, according to ETF industry consultants ETFGI.


Canada-listed ETFs enjoy record net inflows in 2017

Jan 12th, 2018 | By
Invesco Canada reduces fees in its ETF line-up

ETFs listed in Canada saw record net inflows of $18.9 billion during 2017, according to data provided by ETF industry consultants ETFGI. This is up 48.5% on the total net inflows recorded in 2016 ($12.7bn) and 44.3% more than the previous record ($13.1bn) set in 2015.


European ETF industry flourishes in 2017 with 40% AUM growth

Jan 10th, 2018 | By
European investors demand defined outcome ETFs

European-listed ETFs enjoyed a record-breaking increase in assets of $230 billion during 2017 to reach $802bn at year-end, according to data from ETFGI. The increase of 40%, from $573bn at the end of 2016, is the most significant growth in European ETF assets since 2009 when markets recovered following the 2008 financial crisis. Commenting, Hector McNeil, co-CEO of HANetf, said: “ETFs are a success story that no asset manager can afford to ignore and I predict double-digit asset growth in ETFs is the new normal.”