This week saw four non-North American launches, offering investors access to crypto, the Berkshire Portfolio, green bonds and a range of fixed income products.
There were 14 new ETF offerings launched in the US for the week, each with a distinct value proposition for investors. Detailed below are the respective launches from each asset manager.
Figment Europe, a provider of institutional staking infrastructure, writes that it is solidifying its presence in the heart of Europe’s thriving blockchain innovation hub with a focus on delivering staking services for Swiss institutions.
Saving and investing app, Moneybox, has doubled the number of ETFs available on the platform, in the light of ‘growing customer interest in thematic investing’.
Global X ETFs has announced the appointment of Ryan O'Connor as its Chief Executive Officer effective as of April 8, 2024.
Value-driven structured credit investing firm, Angel Oak Capital Advisors, LLC, has announced the completed conversions of two of its mutual funds to ETFs.
Confidence in the continuing strength of bitcoin and Ethereum is driving wider interest in altcoins and other digital assets, according to new global research by London-based Nickel Digital Asset Management (Nickel).
First Trust has announced the launch of the First Trust Vest U.S. Equity Moderate Buffer UCITS ETF – February GFEB on the London Stock Exchange.
Trading activity on the Tradeweb Markets institutional European- and US-listed ETF platforms reveals that the Tradeweb European ETF marketplace reached EUR51.7 billion in January, while the proportion of transactions processed via Tradeweb’s Automated Intelligent Execution (AiEX) tool amounted to a record figure of 85.8 per cent.
OptionMetrics has integrated ChatGPT-4 artificial intelligence (AI) into its Woodseer Dividend Forecast Data product used by portfolio managers, equity researchers, traders, and others to assess ex-dividend dates, backtest strategies, and anticipate portfolio income.
A quiet week on the ETF launch front in the non-North American area sees two new index offerings from STOXX and MerQube while Europe’s HANetf brings us the Junior Uranium Miners ETF.
Four new ETF offerings were launched for the week, each with a distinct value proposition for investors. Detailed below are the respective launches from each asset manager.