Active ETFs continue to punch way above their weight in terms of flows.
| Deborah "Debbie" Fuhr|
ETFGI / ETF TV
Managing Partner, Founder, Owner / Co-Founder
Yesterday, Debbie Fuhr
, managing partner at ETFGI
that actively managed ETFs brought in $15.26 billion in net July 2023 inflows worldwide, their 40th month of inflows in a row. That translates into 17.5 percent of total worldwide
ETF inflows last month, which reached $87.16 billion. Year-to-date, as of July 31, active inflows have brought in $84.7 billion in net worldwide inflows, their second highest January-to-July inflows period ever (after 2021); that translates into 18.2 percent of worldwide total ETF inflows YTD of $464.4 billion (3rd highest ever, after 2021 and 2022).
Active ETFs worldwide held $628 billion in AUM as of July 31, per ETFGI's data, equivalent to 5.8 percent of total worldwide ETF AUM of $10.86 trillion. There were 2,110 active ETFs worldwide at the end of last month, offered by a total of 381 fund firms; that translates into 18.4 percent of total worldwide ETFs (11,475) and 54.7 percent of total worldwide ETF providers (696).
As for the U.S. ETF industry
, it brought in $56.74 billion in net July 2023 inflows (65.1 percent of worldwide inflows) and $284.67 billion YTD (61.3 percent of worldwide); that's 15 consecutive months of inflows. ETFs in the U.S. held $7.6 trillion in AUM (70 percent of worldwide) as of July 31, and 289 U.S. ETF shops (41.5 percent of worldwide) offered 3,180 ETFs in the U.S. (27.7 percent of worldwide).
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