SEC ETF Overview

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is an agency of the U.S. federal government. It enforces the federal securities laws as well as regulates the securities industry (e.g., stock and option exchanges) in the U.S., including the creation, responsibilities and limitations of exchange-traded funds. Analysis

As Vanguard’s ETF Patent Expires, What Comes Next?

Uncertainty reigns as issuers develop strategies.

ETF Report

 SEC’s ETF Scrutiny Extends to Conversions, Single Stock Funds

Wall Street watchdog eying mutual fund transitions, volatility and derivatives products.

Features and News

Perpetual Sees Investor Benefits in Copying Vanguard ETF Model

Australian wealth manager has petitioned SEC to move in on exclusive territory.

Bitcoin & Crypto

Spot Bitcoin ETF’s Future Dims After Gensler’s Latest Comments

The battle for a spot product continues.

Features and News

'Extremely Aggressive' SEC Poses Headwinds for ETF Industry

The proposals are widely disputed by investors, experts said during a panel Monday.

Features and News

SEC Said to Consider Moderating Proposed ESG Rules

Proposed changes follow pushback from investors and big ETF issuers. Analysis

‘SPDR Woman’ Helped Drive ETF Innovation for Decades

Kathleen Moriarty’s expertise and personality left a mark on the ETF industry.

Bitcoin & Crypto

The Rocky History of Bitcoin ETFs in the US

The 10-year anniversary of the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund filing approaches.

Bitcoin & Crypto

Valkyrie Makes Long-Shot Bid to Take Over GBTC

The fund manager suggested Grayscale wasn’t doing enough to maximize value for investors.