EUROPE - Crédit Agricole Structured Asset Management (CASAM) has launched a range of 11 exchange-traded funds on NYSE Euronext - boosting its total offering of ETFs to 35.
The ETFs deliver exposure to major global equity markets - providing access to Europe, Asia and the US, alongside the main European style indices and sectors.
CASAM ETF managing director Valérie Baudson commented: "We launched 20 ETFs in the last quarter of 2008 which raised €730m.
"We are actively pursuing the development of the Casam ETFrange and capitalizing on our policy of competitive pricing."
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