Semi-transparent ETFs: balance and confidence

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For now, active semi-transparent or non-transparent exchange-traded funds are likely to remain unique to the North American and Australian investment markets; their European counterparts appear reluctant to take the plunge, although some industry experts believe this will change in time.

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds