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ETF issuer Strive surpasses USD1bn AUM in one year

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Strive Asset Management has crossed one billion dollars in assets under management (AUM) one year after the launch of its first fund, making it one of the fastest growing ETF issuers. This comes on the heels of Strive ranking as the fastest growing asset manager in the country out of over 500 firms with less than USD1 billion in assets in June.

“Strive was founded to restore an option that has been stripped from investors in recent years: an asset manager unwaveringly prioritises the financial interests of its clients,” says Matt Cole, Strive CEO. “Our rapid growth demonstrates investors want corporations that focus on maximising value and prefer a shareholder capitalism approach over ESG and stakeholder capitalism. Thank you to our clients for entrusting us with their capital, our partners for their support, and our exceptional team for their dedication to advancing Strive’s mission and relentless pursuit of excellence.”

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