ETF TV News #99 Roy Leckie, Director at Walter Scott discusses the new Actively managed BNY Mellon Concentrated International ETF (BKCI) that was listed on the NYSE last week with Margareta Hricova and Deborah Fuhr and why now is a good time to invest internationally on ETF TV.
Last week there were 38 new listings from 20 issuers and there were 59 new cross-listings. Year to date there have been a record 1652 new listings and 1037 closers so there are 615 net new listings so far in 2021.
At the end of November the global ETF industry has gathered a record $1.14 trillion in net inflows surpassing the prior record of $670.16 billion gathered YTD 2020.
The $1.14 trillion in YTD net inflows are $377.23 Bn higher than the record $762.77 Bn gathered in all of 2020.
There is $9.92 trillion invested in ETFs and ETPs listed globally at the end of November representing a slight decline from the record $9.98 trillion invested in global ETFs industry at the end of October 2021.
Issuers last week included: Amplify ETFs, ARK Investment Management, BNY Mellon, China Asset Management, China Merchants Fund Management, Direxion, Exchange Traded Concepts, Global X ETFs, Guotai Asset Management, Huatai-PineBridge Fund Management, Invesco, iShares, Mirae Asset Global ETFs, Mitsubishi UFJ Asset Management, PGIM Investments, Roundhill, Samsung Asset Management, Shinhan BNP Paribas Asset Management, WealthTrust Asset Management, LLC, WisdomTree
MarketData: ETFGI, video production: Nuru Rimington-Mkali, the transcript and podcast: Mathilde Laessoe
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