European ETFs break annual inflows record with two months to spare

The region's exchange-traded funds take in $56.2bn by end of October

Deborah Fuhr, managing partner at ETFGI

The firm said the year-to-date figure "surpasses any full-year net new assets [figure] for the European-listed ETF/ETP industry".

Perhaps unsurprisingly, iShares, the region's largest ETF provider, attracted the most money in the first 10 months of the year. Inflows of $18.4 billion mean its total assets under management now stands at $213 billion.

iShares is followed by Vanguard, which has seen 2014 inflows of $8.4 billion as of the end of October, and Lyxor Asset Management with $6.2 billion

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