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.

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Live Chat: Bubbles & Deadbeat Uncles

Dave Nadig answers readers' ETF questions in real time. Here’s the transcript.

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Live Chat: ETF Trading Practices & Factor Quilts

Dave Nadig answers readers' ETF questions in real time. Here’s the transcript.

Features and News

Nontransparent Active ETFs Explained

Precidian’s Dan McCabe explains what makes his firm’s model for nontransparent actively managed ETFs tick.

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ETF Eulogy For iNAV

The intraday net asset value going away … how we barely knew ye. No, really. We barely knew ye.

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Live Chat: Keys To 'ETF Rule' & Bitcoin Setback

Dave Nadig answers readers' ETF questions in real time. Here’s the transcript.

ETF Industry Perspective

Natixis: Quest For Nontransparent Active ETFs

Features and News

Last Bitcoin ETF Hope Standing

Bitwise’s Matt Hougan discusses his firm’s bitcoin ETF proposal eagerly awaiting SEC approval.

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SEC Passes Landmark ‘ETF Rule’

Long-awaited decision eliminates costly, time-consuming exemptive relief process.

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‘ETF Rule’ Decision Postponed

The SEC canceled Wednesday meeting when vote on anticipated piece of ETF regulation was to take place.