ETFs 2.0: The Next Wave of Growth and Opportunity in the US ETF Market
July 18, 2011

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) in the U.S. have never been more popular, and while the market has never before been so crowded, it is also ripe with potential for firms willing to innovate. This report, produced in conjunction with Strategic Insight, looks at the state of the ETF market and the reasons behind its boom in recent years dynamics that are important to understand, regardless of whether or not an asset manager offers ETFs. It explains why ETFs are entering the mainstream, how they are redefining investment management and how asset managers can still tap the vigorous growth of this industry with products that are passive, active, or somewhere in between.

View this Thought Leadership paper:
ETFs 2.0: The Next Wave of Growth and Opportunity in the US ETF MarketBNY Mellon Asset Servicing
View previous BNY Mellon Thought Leadership papers:
Breaking Down the Walls: Convergence Between Traditional Investment Managers and Hedge Fund Managers
Strategies of Securities Lending
Resetting the Roadmap: Managing in a New Securities Lending Environment for Beneficial Asset Holders
 





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Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) in the U.S. have never been more popular, and while the market has never before been so crowded, it is also ripe with potential for firms willing to innovate. This report, produced in conjunction with Strategic Insight, looks at the state of the ETF market and the reasons behind its boom in recent years dynamics that are important to understand, regardless of whether or not an asset manager offers ETFs. It explains why ETFs are entering the mainstream, how they are redefining investment management and how asset managers can still tap the vigorous growth of this industry with products that are passive, active, or somewhere in between.

View this Thought Leadership paper:
ETFs 2.0: The Next Wave of Growth and Opportunity in the US ETF MarketBNY Mellon Asset Servicing
View previous BNY Mellon Thought Leadership papers:
Breaking Down the Walls: Convergence Between Traditional Investment Managers and Hedge Fund Managers
Strategies of Securities Lending
Resetting the Roadmap: Managing in a New Securities Lending Environment for Beneficial Asset Holders
 




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