ETF Trends: According to Greenwich Associates, he increased market turbulence has triggered greater tactical usage of ETFs among institutional traders.
Bloomberg: Andrew McCollum talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu, Eric Balchunas and Carolina Wilson about high-yield, the firm's new ETF study and SoFi's plans for the first zero-fee ETFs.
Business Insider: Financial data provider Greenwich Associates says that, on average, those big firms reported having 24.8% of their total assets in ETFs late last year, a huge jump from 18.5% in 2017.
ETF Trends: According to a new report from Greenwich Associates Insurance Company Investments in ETFs: Accelerating Growth Ahead, 62% of U.S. insurance companies are now utilizing ETFs more.
Chief Investment Officer: The number of insurers investing in ETFs has more than tripled through 2017, to 612, according to consulting firm Greenwich Associates.
Bloomberg: Almost 40 percent of insurers aren’t using ETFs more than a year after the National Association of Insurance Commissioners rewrote its accounting rules in an attempt to loosen the restrictions, according to Greenwich Associates...
The Block: Richard Johnson says the STO wave is a natural, more compliant extension of the ICO boom and explains the role of issuers like CoinList.
Business Insider: With the financial services industry spending over $1.7 billion a year on the distributed ledger technology, per Greenwich Associates, it's good to see...
Financial Times: That’s not to say that bankers are giving up altogether on a technology that the financial services industry is collectively ploughing $1.7bn a year into, according to research from Greenwich Associates.