More ETF regulation expected following BIS, FSB and IMF scrutiny

Under the microscope
ETF industry is put under the microscope

Exchange-traded fund (ETF) industry participants in Europe expect recent scrutiny from international financial bodies to result in more regulations governing the products.

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) last week published a report highlighting increased risks in the ETF market. The International Monetary Fund's Global financial stability report also devoted a section to the same topic, while the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), which hosts the secretariat of the FSB, published an

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