Active stock ETFs are starting to break through the regulatory gates.
reports that after a five-year impasse with the SEC
, active ETF proposals are finally starting to get the green light.
The newswire notes that Guggenheim Partners
, Eaton Vance
and Precidian Investments
have received formal comments from the regulator regarding their plans for new concepts in actively-managed ETFs.
Meanwhile, T. Rowe Price Group Inc.
, filed an application proposing a non-transparent ETF, making it at least the fifth firm to do so, according to the newswire.
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