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ICMA AMIC responds to Central Bank of Ireland consultation on ETFs
15 August 2017 ICMA's AMIC has submitted a response to the Central Bank of Ireland’s Discussion Paper on Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). AMIC has long taken an interest in the development of ETFs. AMIC has long taken an interest in the development of ETFs. In 2011 AMIC published a short general paper on ETFs with a description of different types of ETFs, the state of the ETF market, assessments of market trends in ETF development and usage, the future development of the ETF market and the value of the ETF brand. More recently, AMIC’s interest in ETFs is limited to their relevance to the debate on systemic risk. We have already been active in the global debate on the possible systemic risk related to asset managers.

The AMIC response on ETFs addresses certain topics in the consultation, in particular potential systemic risks in ETFs and the impact of ETFs on corporate bond liquidity.

To view the response, click here.

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