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Anthony Rochte:  We're not trying to build a passive-ETF business.

Why Fidelity's Anthony Rochte could still laugh best in the ETF game -- despite a late, late start
The Boston fund giant, with its hired gun ETF czar, has an outside shot at jumping from laughing stock also-ran in ETFs to first-mover if it pulls off its deep-in-the-rockies launch of active ETFs

Friday 10.25.13
Vince Lowry: It's worth noting that we have gotten little resistance on fees.

This $9-billion Philly RIA is launching an ETF company financed by Chinese private equity
Vince Lowry, an ex-cop and Smith Barney managing director has made a big bet on Chinese ETF market that's mushroomed from $12 million $38.8 billion in the last decade

Friday 6.21.13
Nicholas Gerber: By working with BlackRock, they gain scale but under their own banner.

Fidelity and BlackRock are cooking up a (de facto) de novo ETF company deep in the Rockies
The Boston giant appears to be renting the iShares first-mover advantage as a way to get big in a hurry

Thursday 3.14.13
Mike Durbin: We feel that the story about ETF investing goes beyond the simple costs and is like an onion, and there are several layers.

How Fidelity is locking arms with BlackRock and appealing to RIAs to fend off a Schwab ETF threat
The Boston and New York giants are seeking a big win by offering greater value through greater liquidity on the distribition side -- while quietly partnering on ETF-making in the fund factory

Thursday 3.14.13
Anthony Rochte will bring his State Street ETF smarts to bear at Fidelity's new division, SelectCo.

Fidelity launches major division in Denver with an 'ETF quarterback' calling the shots
The new venture appears to be the Boston giant's long-awaited foray into exchange traded funds but some details are still being carefully guarded

Monday 9.17.12
Sue Thompson: We look at the glass as 92% empty; there’s a whole lot of running left to do.

How BlackRock plans to grow iShares using advisors as one key
The New York powerhouse will focus on helping RIAs that are heavy users to succeed

Wednesday 3.16.11
Matt Judge: We want increased share of wallet.

Relentless TD Ameritrade antes up a killer ETF platform
The number three custodian of RIA assets is finding ways to lead

Tuesday 10.12.10
Paul Weisbruch: ETFs can trade at a discount or premium to NAV, but the statistically insignificant differences are used as a device of fear.

Criticism of ETFs is based on fear more than factual basis: columnist
Concerns over the illiquidity, manipulation and prices of ETFs get way overblown

Tuesday 6.22.10

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