SEC Adopts New Rule to Modernize ETFs
By Toppan_Merrill
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Washington D.C., Sept. 26, 2019 —

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that it has voted to adopt a new rule and form amendments that are designed to modernize the regulation of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), by establishing a clear and consistent framework for the vast majority of ETFs operating today.  The adoption will facilitate greater competition and innovation in the ETF marketplace, leading to more choice for investors.  It also will allow ETFs to come to market more quickly without the time or expense of applying for individual exemptive relief.  In addition, the Commission voted to issue an exemptive order that further harmonizes related relief for broker-dealers.

For more information, see the attached link: 

SEC Adopts New Rule to Modernize Regulation of Exchange-Traded Funds

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Toppan Merrill

Serving Investment Management – Insurance - Retirement

 

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