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On June 17th, 2010, two more players in the asset management space, BlackRock iShares and Huntington Asset Advisors, filed to launch new actively-managed ETFs. June is turning out to be another month where there has been a deluge of players filing for plans to enter the Active ETF space. The first two weeks of June have already seen AdvisorShares filing for two new Active ETFs, as well as Dreyfus and Horizons AlphaPro filing to launch more such products.
BlackRock iShares already has an existing actively-managed ETF which is the iShares Diversified Alternatives Trust [ALT] which is the only Active ETF on the market to follow a hedge fund like strategy. The new filing plans is quite general as was the Dreyfus filing earlier this week, but it does provide a preview of two new ETFs that are in the works. Given how generic the current strategies are, both funds are likely to become more refined and have a more focused strategy that would be revealed closer to their launch. Both funds will be advised by BlackRock Fund Advisors:
The other issuer that filed for actively-managed ETFs was Huntington Asset Advisors which has been managing money since 1917 and currently has $13 billion in assets under management . The advisor is a subsidiary of The Huntington National Bank. Huntington has filed to get relief for two quite interesting funds that are detailed in its prospectus:
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