Active ETPs see assets double since 2020

$433bn YTD

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A total of $433bn assets invested in actively-managed ETPs (exchange-traded products) and ETFs year-to-date in November is the second highest on record, according to data from research firm ETFGI.

Record year-to-date inflows into active ETPs of $126bn beat the previous record of $77.1bn gathered over the same period in 2020, helping boost active ETP and ETF assets by 51.6% compared to the end of last year. November's year-to-date inflows were also $34.9bn greater than 2020's full record net inflow of $91bn. Meanwhile actively managed equity ETFs also gathered a record $63.7bn in year-to-date flows, following the continued inflow momentum seen in November. Substantial inflows can be attributed to the top 20 active ETFs and ETPs by net new assets, which collectively gathered $...

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