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European Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs): Demand, Growth, and Product Development

December 3, 2020

The future looks bright for the ETF market in Europe.

Fabrizio Zumbo

Fabrizio Zumbo

Associate Director

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Fabrizio Zumbo

Fabrizio Zumbo

Associate Director

Fabrizio leads the European Retail/Wholesale Asset Management research practice, which focuses on analyzing asset management product development trends, investment, operational and marketing strategies, market and distribution dynamics, regulatory changes, and performing market and competitive intelligence in the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, and the Nordics.

Prior to joining Cerulli, Fabrizio served as a Lead Industry Analyst at State Street in London and as a Senior Analyst & Research Editor for the PwC’s Global Market Research Centre in Luxembourg. Previously, he carried out several field-based research projects in emerging and frontier markets for international market research and economic consulting firms, spending almost five years performing economic and industry analyses in several countries in Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East.

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Summary

The future looks bright for the ETF market in Europe: 82% of the ETF issuers Cerulli surveyed expect healthy levels of annual growth (greater than 5%) in the passive ETF market over the next two years. ETFs have gone from playing a minor, tactical role in portfolios to standing strong as core building blocks, while the product landscape throughout the continent has evolved significantly since the first ETFs were launched 20 years ago.

This presentation addresses:

  • An overview of the evolution of the European ETF industry and emerging trends in the region

  • An assessment of product development trends and expected demand in Europe 

  • An analysis of the use of ETFs by private banks, wealth managers, and financial advisors, with insights into how product demand is evolving

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