Nigel Brook-Walters, European head of wealth & advisory for SEI’s Asset Management Distribution team writes that as advisers consider a post-pandemic paradigm, they have begun to place a greater emphasis on the inherent connection between health and wealth. This focus parallels a tectonic shift in which individuals have progressively become more responsible for funding their own retirements.
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Ross Klein (pictured), Founder and Chief Investment Officer at Changebridge Capital, writes on the potential effects of a proposed tax law change in the US on ETFs.
Fred Zheng (pictured) at Triplicity writes on the growth of ETFs in China – With continuous improvement of the ETF market, the ETF market in China entered a new stage of rapid development in 2020.
By Denise Simon (pictured), Lazard Asset Management – When it comes to investing in emerging market debt, patience is a virtue.
David Wylie (pictured), Director of intelligent decisioning technology provider LendingMetrics, says that automated platforms need to be used more extensively by the wealth management sector if it is to fully comply with the growing volume of regulation…
Ivan Gilmore (pictured), Head of Securities Trading, London Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) writes that stock exchanges have shown resilience through mixed times and looks forward to a golden age of ETFs that lies ahead…
Jordan Waldrep (pictured), Principal and CIO of TrueMark writes that last year, the Environmental, Social, and Governance investing space, or ESG, saw some of the fastest inflows of any area in the ETF universe.
The Leisure and Entertainment sector could offer investors a unique way to play the economic re-opening writes Rene Reyna (pictured), Head of Thematic ETFs and Specialty Products, Invesco.
By Dave Shastri (pictured), Chief Strategist, TrussEdge – The growth in the size of the global ETF market remains spectacular. The volumes flowing into ETFs, including active ETFs, have many fund managers wondering whether now might be the time to look at launching one of their own.
By Allan Lane, Algo-Chain – According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, the data provider Broadridge Financial Solutions estimates that model portfolios in the US held over USD4 trillion of assets as of September 2020, and to this we can safely add another USD1 trillion if we include the UK.