JP Morgan launches actively managed index fund

JP Morgan is putting what they describe as an actively managed ETF on the market, reports Børsen.

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It sounds like a contradiction - but it is true. Børsen reports that the US-based financial group JP Morgan is bringing an actively managed ETF, which are usually known for tracking the market.

"There are many good, passive investment products with low costs, which we also offer, but we want to give investors more options, where we deliver alpha and keep a low tracking error," says Tobias Nilsson, head of ETF distribution at JP Morgan in the Nordics, to Børsen.

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