This year marks a new milestone for the ETF universe. Asset flows tell us clients are increasingly incorporating ETFs into their portfolios to get the exposure they want. Hear from Head of ETFs, Ed Rosenberg, as he shares his thoughts on the markets, recent changes to the ETF landscape and expanding ETF investing opportunities.
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