ETFs globally have gone through an incredible growth phase over the past decade. The market has increased more than 700%, from below $1 trillion to around $7.7 trillion now (with a predicted volume of over $10 trillion by 2025 according to the recent Ernst & Young Annual ETF Conference).
While historically ETFs have been seen as a cost-efficient way to track passive investments, more recently we’ve seen considerable growth in the active and smart-beta space, and these types of investment vehicles now accounting for around 30% of the global ETF market.
- What are the challenges around sourcing the composition of ETFs?
- What are the key components required in ETF market making platforms?
- What are the challenges ETF market making technology needs to solve?
- ETF creation/redemption workflows - how is this evolving?
- Fixed Income ETFs have increased in popularity. What are the necessary platform changes to support this?