Legal and regulatory developments: EU plays catch-up

While the European framework for establishing ETFs has not changed substantially in recent times, developments within the legislative bodies of the EU present a number of current and potential hurdles for ETFs in the short to medium term. This article will look at each legal development in turn. It is also important to note that the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a number of areas that need to be strengthened. 

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