More than 530 ETFs to be included in Investment Association sectors

Funds by Amundi and Lyxor among entrants

Lauren Mason
clock • 3 min read
The IA Global sector will house 71 products, making it one of the largest sectors
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The IA Global sector will house 71 products, making it one of the largest sectors

Investors will be able to compare ETFs within the Investment Association sectors from Monday (19 April), according to the trade body, with more than 530 exchange-trades funds entering the investment universe.

The ETFs have been submitted for inclusion by 11 providers including Amundi, BlackRock, Fidelity International, First Trust, Franklin Templeton, HSBC Asset Management, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Legal...

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