ETF providers seek to manage regulatory pressure

A light at the end of the tunnel


ETF providers find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place. They are being pushed for more disclosure around the mechanics of their products, but casting light where before there was darkness risks inhibiting the strategies they deploy in investing – or diminishing their profit margins.

Regulators want ETF indexes to be more transparent to eliminate conflicts of interest that are possible between index firms and affiliated ETF providers, but market participants claim publishing

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