The European Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) industry continues to build on the significant growth over the last 10 years. Promoters for ETFs are developing new products by expanding the nature of ETFs in the market and the assets under management (AuM). As of September 2016, the industry had enjoyed a decade of growth, averaging 20.4 percent per annum in the number of ETFs in Europe and average growth of AuM 20.1 percent per annum.1 This achievement has been driven by post-credit crisis quantitative easing bull run in the financial markets.
1 Data sourced from ETFGI
Performance magazine issue 22, January 2017
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