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Active ETFs Storm the Regulatory Ramparts
Active stock ETFs are starting to break through the regulatory gates.
Bloomberg 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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