Reviewing the use of alternative asset class ETFs

Investors have extended the use of exchange traded funds (ETFs) to alternative investments. Commodities, infrastructure and real estate are popular but hedge funds less so.

Part of a recent Edhec Risk Institute survey1, sponsored by Amundi ETF, looked at the usage of exchange traded funds (ETFs) in Europe and at the question of alternative asset class ETFs.

In the past few years the concept of exchange traded funds (ETFs) has gradually been extended to alternative investments. Although not in all cases pure ETFs but sometimes slightly more complicated financial constructions, these investment products enable investors to gain simple access to alternative investment

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