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After months of speculation sparked by an SEC filing announcing Grail Advisors was near an agreement to be acquired, the future for a pioneer in the active ETF space is a bit more clear.
Effective today the name of the U.S. One Trust will be changed from “U.S. One Trust” to “Russell Exchange Traded Funds Trust.” Therefore, upon the effectiveness of such change, all references in the Prospectus and SAI to “U.S. One Trust” are replaced with
The ever-changing competitive landscape continues to shift in the ETF industry, with updated regulatory filings from two giants in the indexing and money management space that could soon be
On March 17th, Russell Investments made a filing with the SEC requesting to withdraw their application for fund relief necessary to launch actively-managed ETFs through the Russell ETF
After January saw the introduction of nearly two dozen ETFs, February was a bit of a slowdown from a product development standpoint. Still, the month saw plenty of activity, as 14 new
Russell Investments and Research Affiliates announced this week the creation of a new suite of indexes based on the Fundamental index methodology developed by Research Affiliates founder
Northern Trust, the one-time issuer that began making plans for a second run at the ETF industry last year, has joined the crowd of major financial institutions seeking approval to launch actively
Russell Investments has wasted no time in making full use of its acquisition of U.S. One Inc. as it filed for 3 new actively-managed ETFs on February 2nd, which will be series of U.S. One Trust.
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Russell Investments, the global financial services firm known as the provider of indexes underlying many of the most popular ETFs, recently announced the acquisition of ETF issuer U.S. One.
Russell Investments announced today its intent to acquire U.S. One, Inc., a registered investment advisor and ETF provider. U.S. One, Inc. is the investment advisor to the One Fund, an ETF traded