Not every ETF launch works. But a team effort and a compelling idea can make an ETF a success in an industry where a handful of dominant firms and smaller players compete aggressively for assets.
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As the mutual fund universe becomes more crowded and the strategies offered to investors become more complex, fund managers are under pressure to further differentiate themselves and their brands from the competition. One way to stand out is to make investor and financial intermediary education a key element of any communications plan to drive brand awareness and asset growth.