ETF TV News #107 Kevin Kelly, CEO of Kelly ETFs discusses creating disruptive indices and ETFs with Margareta Hricova and Deborah Fuhr on ETF TV.
Last month Kevin Kelly started a new ETF issuer that seeks to bring forward-looking and disruptive investment products to market. They have recently listed 3 ETFs.
Mr Kelly also serves as the CEO of Kelly Benchmark Indexes, the index provider and sponsor of the SRVR and INDS ETFs.
Last week there were 37 new listings form 26 issuers on 13 exchange and there were 39 new cross-listings. So far in 2022 there have been 219 new listings and 188 new cross listings.
Issuers last week include: BetaShares, BondBloxx Investment Management, China Merchants Fund Management, China Southern Asset Management, China Universal Asset Management, Fidelity International, FinEx Capital Management, Fullgoal Fund, Global X ETFs, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Guotai Asset Management, Hanwha Asset Management, Harvest Portfolios Group, Hashdex Asset Management, Hwabao WP Fund, KB Asset Management, Korea Investment Management, Motilal Oswal Asset Management, Nikko Asset Management, Ninepoint, Penghua Fund Management, Simplify, SPDR ETFs, VanEck, WisdomTree, Yinhua Fund Management
Last week BondBloxx Investment Management listed its first product suite of seven high yield industry-specific Fixed income ETFs on NYSE Arca. BondBloxx was founded by a team of industry veterans from BlackRock, JP Morgan, State Street, Northern Trust, and HSBC: Leland Clemons, Joanna Gallegos, Elya Schwartzman, Mark Miller and Brian O’Donnell.
Fidelity listed a Physical Bitcoin ETP which is physically backed by Bitcoin that is held at Fidelity Digital Assets as the custodian on German stock exchange Xetra in euros (FBTC GY) and on the SIX Swiss Exchange in US dollars (FBTC SW) and in Swiss francs (FBTCCHF SW). They have entered the market offering one of the lowest cost physically backed Bitcoin ETPs with a fixed annual fee of 0.75%.
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