How ETFs Are Expanding Liquidity
In credit, the use of Exchange Traded Funds has grown and evolved significantly in recent years. Once seen as a vehicle to manage liquidity and asset class exposure, other key roles have emerged. Jon Klein discusses how we use ETFs in a number of different ways, including leveraging our position as an ETF market maker to optimize portfolio trading.
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