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|... institutions can buy cross border very easily than retail which has to stay in home market," he said. State Street has active ETFs listed in the US, but they are fully transparent, unlike some Australian active ETFs which are currently facing ASIC scrutiny. ...|
|Active ETFs from Magelllan have retained their highly recommended ratings from Zenith, even as ASIC conducts a review into internal market making. Of the 203 ETFs available in Australia, Zenith Investment Partners rates 74 products. Only three of them ...|
|... have to build relationships with fund managers who may look to list their products. In July, ASIC put a halt to new active ETFs with internal market making as it undertook a review of these arrangements, putting a stop to active managers who may have ...|
|... applicable to most unit trusts; leveraged or inverse ETFs; those structured as a share class of a multi-class fund; or active ETFs. To date, ETFs in the US have been regulated in the same way as mutual funds and were offered exemptive relief by the SEC ...|
|... looked to start a boutique after the firm decided to offload its investment management. Fidante has been working on active ETFs for its active managers, with a launch for Kapstream expected in early October.|
|... regulator is currently reviewing some sections of the active ETF market and has stopped ASX and Chi-X from admitting new active ETFs that use internal market making. Platinum's half year results to December 31 showed total revenue fell 28.49% and ...|
|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. ASIC has asked all market operators to not launch any new active ETFs with internal ...|
|... returned 41.2%. These were followed by two VanEck Vectors China ETFs: CNEW and CETF returned just under 30% each. Active ETFs share of inflows weakens Aussie investors strengthened their preference for passive and smart beta ETFs in the first half of ...|
|High net worth financial advisers may be reluctant to allocate to active ETFs because of the cost benefits on offer with unlisted trusts. Active ETFs account for just $3 billion of Australia's total $47 billion invested through exchange-traded products. ...|
|... on these trends." This is Legg Mason and BetaShares' fourth active ETF together. The two have previously launched active ETFs for fixed income (ASX: BNDS ) and equity strategies (ASX: EINC, RINC ).|
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A former financial adviser and licensee director has been sentenced to six years' imprisonment for misappropriating close to $2 million for his own use.
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Pinnacle Investment Management's 16 affiliates tallied up only $3 billion in net inflows in FY20 as institutional allocators deferred mandate decisions in COVID-19 but the firm managed to grow NPAT by 5.6% to $32.2 million.
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ASX-listed trading platform SelfWealth has renewed its clearing, settlement and execution (CS&E) mandate with retail broker OpenMarkets, in a move that it says demonstrates the two fintech's shared objective of disrupting the status quo.
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The self-managed super fund administration and software provider has appointed two new technology leads, set to help Class continue to grow and innovate.
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