Paul Amery

Paul Amery is the former European editor of ETF.com.

ETF.com Analysis

Time To Pay Up On Time

If the post-trade mess in Europe's ETF market is being cleared up that's good news, not a reason to complain

Journal Of Indexes

Behind The Benchmark

Paul Amery

Indexing has never been all about the index itself. A lot of peripheral activities have sprung up to cater for the primary need of those managing index funds: to track the benchmark with precision.

Features and News

England's Gold Holdings Cross The Road To ETFs

Holdings of ETF Securities' gold exchange-traded products overtake those of the UK government, vaulted across the street in EC2.

Features and News

England's Gold Holdings Cross The Road To ETFs

Holdings of ETF Securities' gold exchange-traded products overtake those of the UK government, vaulted across the street in EC2.

Features and News

Index Firms Face Regulatory Blitz

Traditionally unregulated, financial index providers are facing increasingly intensive scrutiny following this year's LIBOR scandal

Features and News

Platforms Open Up For Index Funds

Cofunds lists Vanguard funds as UK’s adviser platforms open up to lower-cost index trackers

Features and News

What’s An Index Worth?

Vanguard’s move to ditch MSCI is the latest sign of an indexing industry in transition.

Features and News

“Stunning” Lapse By ESMA, Says German Fund Body

The German fund industry association (BVI) has called a push by European securities regulator ESMA to impose new transparency standards on the financial index business “stunning”, saying the regulator has pre-empted the conclusions of a debate that’s just beginning.