Understanding the ETF Names Rule

The rule is designed to protect investors, according to the SEC.

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Just a few weeks ago, the SEC adopted amendments to a rule regarding registered fund names. The SEC said the amendments were intended to “modernize and enhance investor protections… given the important information that fund names can convey to investors.” 

What does this mean for ETF fund names going forward? etf.com Senior Analyst Sumit Roy sits down with Ryan Charles, Principal at Kelley Hunt & Charles, LLC, an Asset Management Law Firm, to discuss.

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