"Are ETFs complex financial instruments", is the first question in a series of videos from Structured Products magazine that address the world of exchange-traded funds. As regulators and observers t...
A new rule from the securities regulator, effective September 12, means some Hong Kong-listed A-share ETFs will have to fully collateralise counterparty risk exposure from their P-note issuers. The ...
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Building on its success in the US ETP business, Deutsche Bank has listed its first five ETFs under the db-X brand
The exchange-traded fund (ETF) market looks poised for rapid growth in India, but domestic regulators are worried about potential systemic risks posed by the instruments. Speaking at the Risk India conference...
HSBC's head of ETFs says the bank has no plans to create swap-based products and there should be steps to make structures clearer to investors.
ETF providers have been angered by the continuing focus on synthetic ETFs by regulators such as the Bank of England and the IMF. But they are particularly concerned about the bad press coverage.
Events in peripheral Europe and slow growth in other developed markets have left many investors sitting on cash or maintaining current ETF positions
Paris-based exchange-traded funds provider Ossiam will finish its first round of listings in London next week
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A panel of experts at the Risk India conference in Mumbai believes the ETF market is set for growth in India, but expressed concern about synthetic products
Stoxx has launched an index that provides investors with enhanced exposure to infrastructure, the alternative asset class that has increased in popularity among investors with its stable returns in ...
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