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Charles Schwab continues ETF ascent

By Benzinga
Asset Management

Charles Schwab Corp. (NYSE: SCHW) was a late entrant to the exchange traded funds business, debuting its first ETFs six years ago, but the California-based brokerage giant is making up for lost time.

At the end of the third quarter, ETF assets custodied at Schwab climbed 10 percent on a year-over-year basis to $237 billion, according to Schwab Third-Quarter Snapshot. Bond funds have been prolific asset gatherers this year with fixed income ETFs listed around the world now home to combined $500 billion in assets under management. Schwab is getting a piece of that action as more than half of the company's third-quarter ETF inflows went into bond funds with a third going into U.S. equity products, according to Schwab data.

“RIA Clients captured 49% of the 12-month ETF flows, up from ...

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