Nasdaq’s “fall” from ETF dominance

Jeffrey McCarthy, head of exchange traded product listings at Nasdaq, was a tad defensive when we asked him about Nasdaq’s position as an ETF exchange.

Not because Nasdaq ranks behind Bats and Nyse in both shares traded and notional volume, but because Nasdaq had claimed on its website that it was indeed the biggest for ETFs.

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Jeffrey McCarthy, head of exchange traded product listings at Nasdaq, was a tad defensive when we asked him about Nasdaq’s position as an ETF exchange.

Not because Nasdaq ranks behind Bats and Nyse in both shares traded and notional volume, but because Nasdaq had claimed on its website that it was indeed the biggest for ETFs.

Continue reading: Nasdaq’s “fall” from ETF dominance

Inquiring minds want to know: can blockchain reconcile 200% institutional ETF ownership?

A good questioned posed to us by former financial “ops guy” Fred Sommers (now retired) on Tuesday, relates to whether or not a blockchain can deal with the phenomenon of lots of different institutional parties thinking they own the very same ETF share?…

A good questioned posed to us by former financial "ops guy" Fred Sommers (now retired) on Tuesday, relates to whether or not a blockchain can deal with the phenomenon of lots of different institutional parties thinking they own the very same ETF share?

Continue reading: Inquiring minds want to know: can blockchain reconcile 200% institutional ETF ownership?