Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) launched its new index, made up of pricing from actively traded markets globally.
While announcing its good Q1 performance, the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) reiterated that it continues to work constructively with the European Commission to seal the deal.
Swiss assets recorded a 9.9% month-on-month decrease amounting to CHF 108.5bn (€103.19bn), with net outflows totalling CHF 12.9bn (€12.2bn).
The indices include climate objectives and minimum standards specified by the EU Sustainable Finance Technical Expert Group (TEG).
Swedish mutual funds saw outflows of SEK 98.3bn (€9.01bn) in March 2020, mainly from equity funds.
Redemptions were not as heavy as these of 2008 in Spanish funds, stresses Inverco.
The European ETF market haemorrhaged €21.9bn in March, according to latest data by Morningstar.
Assets under management decreased to €106bn at the end of March, due to stock market developments during the Covid-19 market correction.