Try the new FT.com

AdvisorShares brings fulcrum fees to ETFs

Rollout adopts performance-based pricing favored by mutual funds

Smart beta tide turning from single- to multi-factor

Rollouts building sales momentum for all-purpose ETF portfolios

Turnover ripples through Deutsche’s fund ranks

Americas ETF sales boss latest to leave

Betterment invites Goldman, Vanguard onto adviser menu

First third-party portfolios available on robo platform

Get ready for a surge in active ETF rollouts

Industry bracing for uptick following relaxed listing rules

Hancock, Columbia hire to jump-start smart beta sales

New positions signal commitment after early stumbles

Fidelity elbows into smart beta ETF market

Six rollouts stand out on cost

MainStay hires to home in on ETF models

Former Morgan Stanley, Citigroup exec to spearhead adviser push

ETF startup AccuShares bowing out

Commodities shop engineered funds to thwart contango

WisdomTree cuts half-dozen funds amid sales slide

Rare liquidations coincide with attempts to diversify offerings

ETF ‘themes’ increasingly familiar

Striving to stand apart, more rollouts focused on social trends

USAA apparently scraps ETF licensing deal with Vanguard

Rollouts will not draw on share class patent, as once planned

Nuveen readies index ETF, as active launch languishes

Smart beta rollout due to appear next month

Vanguard giving active ETFs another try

Latest foray forgoes patented cloning structure

Davis Advisors rolls dice on transparent active ETFs

Rollout strategy spurns the well-trod smart beta path

Exchanges at work on remedy for ETF trading disruptions

‘Limit up’ rule revisions planned, but no consensus on marketwide halts

Bats not giving up on ETF liquidity incentives

Exchange undaunted after clients including iShares back out

Demand high, supply low for ETF sales pros

Industry scrambling for experienced wholesalers

Janus making its active ETF debut without Bill Gross

Long-awaited rollout to be run by star stockpicker’s former co-manager

Free ETFs not out of the question, S&P says

Loss-leader strategy could make sense for the likes of BlackRock, Vanguard

SHARE THIS QUOTE