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April 11, 2024

The New LSEG Lipper European ETF Yearbook: 2024 Has Been Published

by Detlef Glow.

On 11 April 2024, the European ETF industry celebrates its twenty-fourth birthday. We would like to congratulate the industry with the publication of our annual ETF Yearbook, which provides an overview of trends in the European ETF industry and the wider ecosystem in 2023 and beyond.

The ETF Yearbook analyses assets under management and fund flows in the European ETF industry for 2023 from various perspectives. As a result, the ETF Yearbook offers unique insights and an unrivalled overview of the structure of the European ETF industry. In addition, the comprehensive analysis of fund flows identifies and describes the underlying trends in fund flows in detail. Moreover, various other areas and topics of the European ETF industry are highlighted in this report to complement the analysis.

The ETF Yearbook covers topics including:

  • An in-depth analysis of the assets under management and fund flow trends on various levels of the European ETF industry.
  • What happened in the segment of ESG-related ETFs over the course of 2023?
  • Who are the leading custodians for the European ETF industry?
  • The state of the art for active ETFs in Europe
  • Have ETFs using synthetic replication methodologies gained market share?
  • Are factor-based ETFs back in the favor of investors?
  • A review of ETF launches and closures.
  • A list of ETFs with a high closure risk – The ETF Death List
  • Which trends were visible with regard to the total expense ratios (TERs)?
  • Are ESG-related ETFs too expensive?
  • The future of the European ETF industry 2024 and beyond


The ETF Yearbook can be downloaded by pushing the button in the upper right corner of the sidebar.


This article is for information purposes only and does not constitute any investment advice.

The views expressed are the views of the author, not necessarily those of Lipper or LSEG.

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