Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF) are typically managed passively and are therefore associated with fees that are lower than those of actively managed funds. ETF managers seek to construct a portfolio that replicates a benchmark index.
The number of members and premium members has grown steadily since fundinfo was established back in 2006. Today, our customers include more than 300 fund providers.
We are pleased to announce our partnership with two new media partners in Spain – Cinco Días and Unience – through which we are able to increase the online visibility of our members and premium members.
Since the introduction of the Key Investor Information Document (KIID) in Europe in mid 2012 and the introduction of the Key Facts Statement in Hong Kong and the Product Highlight Sheet in Singapore, the focus has shifted from document creation to document dissemination. Since then, some service providers have included this service (referred to as “KIID dissemination”) in their sales programme, bringing it to the attention of fund companies and distributors such as banks and fund platforms.
How do investors and professionals gain a quick overview in the ETF market? Hinder Asset Management AG puts the answer in a nutshell in its newsletter: “One ETF comparison website, in particular, that we can currently recommend to Swiss investors is etfinfo.com: Here, up to five different ETFs can be compared in one go at the press of a button.
After London, Vienna, Frankfurt, Cologne and Munich, the film crew of fundinfo.tv is now shooting in Hong Kong, the financial heart of Asia, too. With local experts on the spot, we are able to shoot a video clip within 30 to 60 minutes. The clapper board is ready for the 300th video production from the 27th floor of the ICBC tower with its view of the skyline – ready to take the pulse of the renminbi.
All videos on fundinfo.tv and fundinfo.com are translated and have German or English subtitles. To view the subtitles, simply click on “Select Subtitles”. Subtitles may be added in additional languages such as French, Italian, Spanish or Chinese, making your video clips accessible for investment consultancy and sales activities across Europe and Asia.