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Friday, February 01, 2019

ETF Titans Lead an Award Race

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The two biggest ETF shops dominate an industry awards race, though a host of other asset managers are also in the running.

Dave Nadig
ETF.com
Managing Director
BlackRock leads the pack in the 2018 ETF.com Awards so far, with 17 finalist spots across a host of different categories, up from eight finalist spots last year. Dave Nadig, managing director of the publication, revealed the finalists yesterday.

Other ETF shops with multiple finalist spots include: Vanguard with ten; Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan with eight each; WisdomTree with seven; Amplify and Cambria with five each; VanEck with four; Innovator, Invesco, and Pacer with three each; and EquBot, Exchange Traded Concepts, Franklin Templeton, Mirae's Global X, Impact Shares, NYLIM's IndexIQ; and UBS' InsightShares with two each.

ETF shops that landed one finalist spot each include: Active Weighting Advisors, Alpha Architect, CBOE Vest, Charles Schwab, Ameriprise's Columbia Threadneedle, Cushing, Defiance, Deutsche, ETF Managers Group, Fidelity, GraniteShares, Northern Lights, PGIM, ProShares, and SSgA. ETF investors (namely ETF strategists) that landed finalist spots include: Helios Quantitative Research, Horizon Investments, Newfound Research, Ritholtz Wealth Management, and Schwab's robo arm (Schwab Intelligent Portfolios).

The awards also include categories for custodians, index providers, law firms, market makers, online brokers, and even individuals. The winners (across 30 different categories, though one has no finalists this year) will be revealed at ETF.com's awards dinner next month in New York City. 

Edited by: Neil Anderson, Managing Editor


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