Brexit Could Take Toll on London ETFs

May 19, 2016

Exchange traded fund (ETF) providers could face higher costs and investors might have less choice of ETFs if Brexit (a UK exit from the European Union) brought with it the end of single-market trading agreements whereby Ireland and Luxembourg domiciled funds are automatically granted access to the London Stock Exchange.

Dechert Partner, Andrew Hougie, comments in Investors Chronicle.

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