Continued transparency vital for ETF industry

Ireland is well placed to continue to be a world leader in the exchange traded funds market, writes Tony O'Brien.

14th July, 2012

In the last 18 months, commentary on exchange traded funds (ETFs) in the financial press and elsewhere has generated an almost complementary industry in claim and counter-claim on the virtues and vices of ETFs. Is this a sign of a flawed product or is the attention nothing more than a rite of passage for a maturing financial instrument?

In Ireland, we have had a front row seat to the drama of exchange traded funds. As a...

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