BlackRock AUM exceeds $10trn with record ETF flows

A total $540bn (£395bn) of net flows were recorded for 2021

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BlackRock chief executive Larry Fink

BlackRock has surpassed $10trn (£7.3trn) in assets under management (AUM) following record flows into ETFs and active strategies in 2021.

The asset manager reported on 14 January that it generated $540bn (£395bn) of net inflows in 2021, including "an industry leading" $267bn of active net inflows, according to chair and chief executive Laurence...

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