Exchange-traded fund assets under management continue to smash records in Europe


Assets under management (AUM) in exchange traded funds (ETFs) in Europe reached an all-time high in August, hitting $192.1 billion, according to research published by Barclays Global Investors (BGI) in September. The spike has been driven by emerging market and fixed-income ETFs,
says BGI, which highlights that assets have grown by 34.7% in the year to date.

It is the second month in succession that the record has been broken, after assets reached $182.5 billion in July. Twelve months previously

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