It is an unwritten rule of financial markets that any security experiencing breakneck growth will attract a proportional increase in regulatory attention. The market for exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, has proved no exception.
Of particular concern is the tracking error that can occur in ETFs covering less liquid underlying markets. Another concern, also liquidity related, centres on the creation and redemption of ETF shares, particularly in stressed market conditions.
Both areas of scrutiny s
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