Bloomberg covers SEC ETF proposal

  • June 30, 2018
  • 6:02 pm ET

Critics say that the system in place for approving new Exchange-Traded Funds is unfair and gives preference to well-rooted firms, making it next to impossible for new funds to get regulator-approval.

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Critics say that the system in place for approving new Exchange-Traded Funds is unfair and gives preference to well-rooted firms, making it next to impossible for new funds to get regulator-approval.


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