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    Q2 2016 ETF Managed Portfolios Landscape

    Assets in Morningstar's database increased 11% in the second quarter of 2016.

    Ben Johnson, 10/07/2016

    Assets in exchange-traded fund managed portfolios increased 11% in the second quarter of 2016. At the end of June, strategies in Morningstar’s database had collective assets under management and assets under advisement of $84 billion. The negative effects of ongoing outflows from strategies managed by some of the largest operators in the space were more than offset by their peers’ gains as well as by the addition of new strategies to our database.

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    Ben Johnson is Morningstar’s Director of European ETF Research.