BBH survey shows continued strong interest in ETFs, with investors eyeing active and ESG options

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According to Brown Brothers Harriman’s 10th annual global ETF investor survey, 61% of investors plan to increase their allocations to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) over the next 12 months, although this figure is down 23 percentage points from last year. The survey found that 55% of investors have more than 25% of their portfolios invested in ETFs, and 69% of investors plan to maintain or increase allocations to commodity ETFs. The survey also revealed that 82% of investors plan to increase or maintain their exposures to active ETFs, while 50% of respondents indicated that they plan to add environmental, social and governance (ESG) ETF exposures this year.

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The survey captured responses from 325 ETF institutional investors, financial advisers, and fund managers from the US, Europe, and Greater China, with survey data gathered in January. BBH expects global ETF assets to top $30tn by 2033. give a title


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