For a long time, ETFs were synonymous with passive investing. That’s soon to change, with T. Rowe Price becoming the first asset manager to launch proprietary Active ETFs. “There are now a lot of strategies and methodologies that are being delivered through ETFs,” says Tim Coyne head of Exchange Traded Funds at T. Rowe Price.
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