Can the passive tailwind keep blowing for ETFs?

Warren Buffett is among those sceptical that active management can fight back

Exchange traded funds: taking over the markets

The products have transformed US bourses, but some worry that ETFs are breeding systemic risks

Rapid rise of ETFs sparks growing pains 

Can market sell instant gratification when underlying securities are harder to trade?

Rise of bond ETFs mean little mourning for the middleman

Funds provide investors with critical liquidity at times of wider markets stress

Why active fund managers should cheer the rise of ETFs

Surge in passive investing fanned by these funds is a boon to traditional investors

BlackRock bets against Jupiter

The world’s largest asset manager began shorting its smaller rival in October

70% of asset managers fear Brexit fund passport loss

Concern over access to EU single market rife among UK investment professionals

Anne Richards staunches flood of outflows at M&G

First female chief executive says the fund house’s ‘direction of travel is right’

Trump guns for shareholder activists’ rights

Stephen Foley says corporate governance standards could suffer under new US president

‘All-in’ fund fee proposal alarms industry

Investors could see an increase of up to 75 per cent in headline charges

Hong Kong equity funds lose $7.5bn

Macroeconomic shocks in Europe, the US and China spread fear to Asia

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