Four firms are dominating ETF inflows this year, while only one is dominating outflows. And the industry as a whole brought in a record $101 billion in net inflows, pushing AUM to $2.118 trillion (up six percent in six months and up 14 percent year-over-year).
Olly Ludwig of ETF.com highlights
where ETF money went in the first six months of 2015. Per the trade publication's data, only four shops brought in more than $10 billion in ETF inflows so far: BlackRock's iShares
], which brought in $41.7 billion and now has about $810 billion in total AUM; Vanguard
], which brought in $40.5 billion and has about $470 billion in AUM; WisdomTree
], which brought in $19.8 billion and has about $61.3 billion in AUM; and Deutsche Bank
], which brought in about $13.3 billion and has about $18.6 billion in AUM.
On the flip side, not many ETF shops suffered net outflows in the first two quarters, and all of them suffered far less than $1 billion in net outflows: except State Street Global Advisors (SSgA
]), which ETF.com
says suffered about $44.2 billion in net outflows this year through June.
also details inflows by asset class and by fund, including lists of the 10 ETFs with the highest net inflows and the 10 ETFs with the highest net outflows.
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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