Green ETFs an `Almost Unqualified’ Area of Growth: Goldman Sachs

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    Sep.09 — Environmental, social and governance-related exchange-traded funds are an “almost unqualified” area of growth, according to Peter Thompson, head of European ETF at Goldman Sachs Asset Management. He speaks on “Bloomberg ETF IQ Europe.”

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