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AUM Journal Editor: Exchange Traded Funds Are 'Regulatory Conundrum'

Insurers would like ETFs to be treated consistently by the NAIC and states, said Stewart Foley, managing partner, editor-in-chief, Insurance AUM Journal (April 22, 2021).

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