Inflows to ETFs fell by more than a quarter in the first three months of 2019, despite a 13% S&P 500 rally over the period and gains across other global equity markets.
ETF inflows reached $99.1bn in the first quarter, a 28% drop from the $136.8bn registered during the same period last year, according to the FT. Lyxor saw the weakest quarterly sales of any ETF house...
Proceeds being returned to investors
European Fund and Asset Management Association
Poor month for equity fund sales overall
Will join IA sectors Q1 2020
On hearing the news the FCA has relaxed the regulations around the 10% drop notification rule until 1 October, Ray Tubman assesses what this really means for platforms and financial advisers...
FCA board to make decision
Advisers leaving market
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