Exchange traded funds: are regulators right to be concerned?

This article considers the development of exchange traded funds (ETFs), what they are and why they are so popular, as well as the nature of regulatory concerns about ETFs, and whether this concern is justified.

PLC Cross-Border and PLC Financial Services

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