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All 10 WBI active ETFs reach USD100m in under a year

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In under a year in the ETF business, all 10 actively managed WBI ETFs have now exceeded USD100 million in assets under management. This makes WBI one of the fastest-growing issuers of active ETFs.

“With market valuations at historical highs, it’s natural for investors to be thinking about the next correction,” says Matt Schreiber (pictured), President of WBI. “Our actively managed ETFs offer investors a way to protect their capital in bear market cycles while still participating in a good portion of bull markets.”
  
WBI Shares ended May with USD1.5 billion in AUM, a 50 per cent increase in assets since the firm’s late-August 2014 launch of 10 Active ETFs.

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