The ETF industry is being pulled in two directions. At one end, proponents of the traditional, physically replicated fund structure are warning ETFs must not become too complicated if they are to gain greater traction among investors. At the other end of the scale, issuers are creating exotic products under the ETF label, offering access to more asset classes through an increasing array of vehicles.
iShares in the US has won approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission to offer actively-managed ETFs, which could be a watershed for the industry's product development. Although active ETFs are...
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