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IBFed Comments on Principles for the Regulation of Exchange Traded Funds - 16/07/2012

16 Jul 2012

Against the background of the consultation paper prepared by IOSCO on “Principles for the Regulation of Exchange Traded Funds”, the IBFed highlights that there appears to be certain critical presumptions contained in the paper and certain assumptions underlying some of the principles which need to be fully evaluated to ensure that the policy response is not based on false premises. For example, the reasons given for exchange traded funds (ETFs) to track the index (or not), the impact of leveraged and inverse structures, the composition of portfolios, etc.

IBFed Comments on Principles for the Regulation of Exchange Traded Funds
 
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