Although mutual funds never caught on in Europe as much as they have here, exchange traded funds (ETFs) are just as popular in Europe as in the U.S., if not more so. As of May 30th, Europe had 312 ETFs with $105.5 billion in assets under management, according to Morgan Stanley.
We’re seeing more visitors from Europe come to ETF Trends and wonder if there is demand for coverage of European ETFs. Please let us know!
I’ll be speaking at the Worldwide Business Research conference on ETFs in London this November.
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