European Investor Survey teams up with Brown Brothers Harriman and Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management to survey ETF investors about how they use ETFs.

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The European exchange traded fund market is exploding.
Growing use among financial advisers and continued use among institutional investors have combined to create record asset growth in the first half of 2015, and have paved the way for additional growth in the future.

Against this backdrop,—in close collaboration with Brown Brothers Harriman and Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management—recently conducted its annual survey of ETF investors in Europe, asking them about their likes and dislikes, their wants and fears, and their thoughts on where the market is heading. This year's survey focuses on evolving investor perceptions of the ETF industry, gaps in product understanding, questions of access and future product needs. Covering a wide array of issues around the usage of and demand for ETFs, the 2015 survey arrived at a number of interesting conclusions.