Research Review: Wider implications of the swing to passive investing

Ron Bird  |  Australian National University & Portfolio Construction Forum  |  30 April 2024  |  2.00 CE

Undoubtedly the major change in funds management over the last two decades has been the swing to passive investment management. By 2022, passive investing represented 55% of US equity markets and 30% of US fixed income markets. A similar trend towards passive is being experienced around the world, although other countries lag the US in terms of the relative size of passive investing. As 2023 came to a close, passive investment products achieved a milestone in the US, holding more assets than their actively manag...

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