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Innovation In Focus For European ETFs

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (BBH) today released the results of its latest 2016 European Investor Survey, which looks at investor attitudes towards ETFs and distribution strategies, and found that as Europe’s ETF market matures, innovation is key. While investors have traditionally used core products in their portfolios, the latest survey shows a greater desire to branch out into new offerings.
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