SEC Looks to Ease Rules Approving Low-Risk ETFs

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As the $3.5 trillion ETF industry continues to evolve, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking to ease its rules for approving low-risk ETFs. The U.S. securities regulator on Thursday unveiled a proposal to allow issuers to launch vanilla ETFs without first seeking approval from the regulator. Currently, issuers hoping to propose a new [...] Read more on ETFtrends.com.

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