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ASIC clamps down on opaque active ETFsBY KANIKA SOOD | THURSDAY, 25 JUL 2019 5:05PM
The corporate regulator is set to ask ASX and Chi-X to stop admitting new active ETFs that use internal market making as it mulls a review, Financial Standard can reveal.
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