In the Margins

SEC's Aguilar sets sights on ETFs

October 16, 2015

By Barron's

Regulators have set their sights on the exchange-traded funds market, laying out tough questions regarding how the instruments trade in the wake of the Aug. 24 market turmoil. At an SEC Investor Advisory Committee meeting on Thursday, Commissioner Luis Aguilar suggested it may be time to "reexamine the entire ETF ecosystem." Read the original story from Barron's

 

 

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