The Serious Fraud Office has launched a high level review of the potential dangers posed by ETFs, weeks after the FSA and Bank of England expressed their own concerns.
A spokesman for the SFO said the department had spoken to organisations including the Bank of England and the FSA and said the potential risks associated with ETFs was a subject often raised in its regular...
The government is set to remove stamp duty charges on purchases of shares in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).
Andrew Short investigates the reluctance of UK schemes to share other nations' enthusiasm for exchange-traded funds.
David Bower, head of UK iShares, lays out six questions investors should ask managers and consultants about ETFs.
EUROPE - iShares has launched a Europe-wide initiative to help professional investors identify structural risks and carry out due diligence on ETPs.
US - The growth of the US ETF market is likely to be driven by active ETFs as a number of potential new issuers are seeking to list them, according to the New York Stock Exchange.