Industry Updates

ETF Stream launches monthly ETF magazine

To be released on Thursday

Tom Eckett


ETF Streamis set to launch ETF Insider later this week, a monthly ETF magazine for professional investors across Europe.

We believe this new publication will become a crucial source of information for decision makers in the investment community that are looking to decipher the world of exchange-traded funds.

This magazine has been a long time coming for the team at ETF Stream. Having been founded by journalist David Stevenson just four years ago in 2017, we have developed and grown quickly alongside the ETF industry to become the number one source of ETF information in Europe.

Now, we feel this is the right time for us to extend our coverage of the European ETF market by providing even more in-depth analysis of the space, packaged into an easily digestible monthly issue that can be consumed either in print or digitally.

Each month, we will produce analysis on a specific area of the market, be that thematics, liquidity or even cryptocurrencies while also providing expert insights into the latest trends taking place across the ETF ecosystem.

This issue will focus on the world of fixed income ETFs which have gone from strength to strength after passing a significant liquidity test last March.

Commenting on the launch, Sam Ridley, managing director at ETF Stream, said: “After observing the phenomenal growth of the European ETF industry over the past three years, ETF Stream decided now is the right time to launch a monthly European ETF magazine dedicated to the mechanics of ETF investing.

"We identified this opportunity through having multiple conversations with our audiences about the growing demand for further ETF analysis and education to professional audiences. ETF Insider will bolster our core offering and further defines our footprint in Europe as the go-to publication for all things ETFs."

The first issue will be published on Thursday. To be added to the subscriber list please email

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