The institutions participating in the Greenwich Associates 2017 U.S. ETF Study are preparing their investment portfolios for the return of volatility and the shift to a rising interest rate environment. As part of those efforts, they’re increasing their use of ETFs and integrating the funds into more sophisticated portfolio applications.
In this report, you will learn about:
- Why versatility of ETFs is driving growth of institutional ETF usage
- How more institutions are using smart beta ETFs to help guard portfolios against volatility
- What’s next for institutional ETF investing?
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