Why stale prices in underlying bonds caused Fixed Income ETFs to trade at discounts

Dan Barnes producer at ETF TV discusses with Deborah Fuhr Managing Partner ETFGI and producer at ETF TV – why stale prices in the underlying bonds cause Fixed Income ETFs to trade at discounts. We have seen both large trading volumes and large redemptions which proves that the #ETF structure works during volatile markets. #PressPlay to watch.

Active ETFs will be the next level

The use of fixed income exchange-traded funds for long term investment as well as for shorter term liquidity management and portfolio transitions. Tom Stephens, head of international ETF Capital Markets at JP Morgan Asset Management, says that changes in the regulation has increased transparency, changes in market participants has increased…

Difference in US and European approaches to ESG should not inhibit growth

In this second part of our interview with Elena Philipova, global head of ESG proposition at Refinitiv, we examine the regional differences in approach to supporting investment based on environmental, social and governance factors. Although different administrations have a variety of views on its importance, both bottom-up and top-down drivers…