©Nick Lowndes

In this report

ETF providers dismiss suggestions they are fighting a price war while pursuing fee cuts

ETF fee cuts spur industry revolution

Fight for market share is attracting new investors

Gold ETFs struggle to shine

A return to large inflows is looking unlikely

Geopolitical risk rising for ETF investors

Active managers have more freedom of manoeuvre

ETF providers eye Europe’s retail market 

Some providers have set ambitious targets for expansion

MSCI removes Russia from the equation

More indices may decide to exclude the country

Top index providers stay dominant – for now

New entrants try for a foothold in the booming index business

Bond ETFs’ lure of backdoor to liquidity

But watchdogs have expressed concerns

‘Through train’ may derail HK ETF sales

A tie-up with the Shanghai bourse could end a valuation gap

February 2014 report

Rules and regulations dog ETF managers

Financial regulation reforms bring new challenges

New York Stock Exchange

New ETF breed faces hurdle of strategy disclosure

Development of active ETFs faces regulatory hurdles

China leads big drop in Asia ETF inflows

Stock market weakness weighs on sentiment

New entrants eye uneasy alliances

Fidelity ETF tie-up with BlackRock setting a trend

Top three keep smaller rivals at bay – for now

Steep climb facing challengers to ETF leaders

Lifting the lid on the secrets of ETFs

Private investors in Europe lack ETF tools

Source deal marks the maestro’s return

Ex-iShares boss leads Warburg Pincus to ETFs

Short-term bets and a long-forgotten use

Retail ETF investors learning from institutions