The FT has further enhanced its investment coverage with the launch of a new ETF Hub, which combines FT news and expert opinion with TrackInsight data and analysis on over 6,000 globally listed exchange traded funds.
What’s the aim of the hub?
The purpose of the ETF Hub is to equip readers with the information they need to make investment decisions around ETFs. There’s been a huge growth in passive investing over the last two decades and, as such, investors are now faced with thousands of ETF options. This hub is designed to help FT readers make informed decisions when it comes to managing their portfolios.
We know that FT readers are savvy investors who want high-quality, unbiased information to help them navigate the current climate. The ETF Hub brings world-class journalism and data together in one place so that our readers can more easily assess their investment portfolio through the FT.FT director of strategic partnerships
What’s included in the hub?
The ETF Hub showcases the best of the FT's investment reporting, pulling together original and curated news, features and comment pieces from an international network of correspondents and editors, led by Emma Boyde, ETF Hub news editor, Peter Smith, FT asset management editor, and Steve Johnson, ETF correspondent. The Hub also draws on contributions from FT Special Reports, Moral Money and FT Specialist titles Ignites Europe and Investors Chronicle.
The Hub’s unique screener tool helps investors quickly navigate the ETFs available to them, and a daily smart insights section highlights any exceptional one-day performances or flows.
Who will benefit from using the hub?
The ETF Hub will be valuable to anyone looking to invest in passive investment products, as well as the vast financial services industry that advises investors.
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