Investors across the globe are looking for ways to invest using exchange traded funds (ETFs) and ETF providers are responding to this demand.
According to Svea Herbst-Bayliss for Reuters, State Street is a top provider in Asia, though the market there is still young. State Street is the second-largest U.S. ETF manager, behind BlackRock, but it lags behind several firms in Europe. The two continents will be a foundation for the provider to keep building on its goal of earning about half its revenue abroad. [Emerging Market ETFs Too Hot to Handle?]
Tisha Guerrero contributed to this article.
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