U.S. Exchange-Traded Funds
January 28, 2021
Exchange-traded fund (ETF) flows and asset growth sizzled heading into 2021, and Cerulli expects assets in ETFs to multiply by the end of 2030.
Daniil Shapiro, CFA
Daniil is part of Cerulli’s Product Development practice, where he works on the identification, analysis, and reporting of asset management industry trends with a focus on exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and alternative investments.
Prior to joining Cerulli Associates, Daniil was part of the Product Management and Business Intelligence teams with the MainStay Funds, part of New York Life Investment Management. At MainStay, Daniil supported sales efforts via fund and ETF competitive analysis, product research, and development of marketing materials, as well as performance reporting. Before New York Life, Daniil was part of the risk management practice at Accenture, and held risk and compliance roles at HSBC’s investment bank.
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Exchange-traded fund (ETF) flows and asset growth sizzled heading into 2021, and Cerulli expects assets in ETFs to multiply by the end of 2030. As the industry grows, issuers will have an opportunity to generate meaningful revenues through a greater variety of differentiated exposures beyond the commoditized core.
Understand where ETF product development efforts are headed and explore opportunities for distribution with Cerulli’s Daniil Shapiro, associate director. During this 45-minute live fireside chat, he will examine exciting opportunities for ETF expansion and catalysts shaping product demand.
This presentation addresses:
- What types of products are ETF issuers currently developing?
- How quickly will advisors start using semi-transparent equity ETFs and what are issuers’ and Cerulli’s expectations for asset growth?
- What is the outlook for advisor use of thematic and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) ETFs?
- How are partnerships between issuers and wealth managers expected to change?
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