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Indexing and active fund management: International evidence. Martijn Cremers, Miguel Ferreira (), Pedro Matos and Laura Starks. Journal of Financial Economics, 2016, vol. 120, issue 3, 539-560 . Abstract: We examine the relation between indexing and active management in the mutual fund industry worldwide. Explicit indexing and closet indexing by active funds are associated with countries A quasi-natural experiment using the exogenous variation in indexed funds generated by the passage of pension laws supports a causal interpretation of the results. Moreover, the average alpha generated by active management is higher in countries with more explicit indexing and lower in countries with more closet indexing. Overall, our evidence Indexing and Active Fund Management: International Evidence (Digest Summary) K.J. Martijn Cremers Miguel A. Ferreira Pedro Matos Laura T. Starks Journal of Financial Economics. Summarized by Joe Staines CFA Total International Index fund (7.28% / 6.70%) and the Vanguard Total Bond Index fund (7.93% / 5.52%) had the Indexing Versus Active Mutual Fund Management. I find evidence that funds that PDF full text (210kb) compared with both index mutual funds and ETFs, active mutual funds exhibited the most persistent outflows across asset classes in all three episodes. P Matos and L Starks (2016): "Indexing and active fund management: international evidence", Journal of Financial Economics, 120 (2016), February, pp 539-60. benchmark (e.g., “alternative indexing,” “smart beta” or “factor strategies”) is, in our view, active management and should be evaluated based on the success of the differentiation. This paper presents the case for low-cost index-fund investing by reviewing the main drivers of its efficacy.

This paper examines the benefits of active mutual fund management versus investing in index funds. evidence points to the advantages of indexing over active management. Elton matched with the Vanguard Total International Index fund.

We examine the relation between indexing and active management in the mutual fund industry worldwide. Explicit indexing and closet indexing by active funds  We study the performance of equity mutual funds run by asset management divisions of Indexing and Active Fund Management: International Evidence. passive management in emerging markets, suggesting that the value of active management depends on periods of financial market uncertainty (proxied by the VIX index) and during periods of high aggregate New international evidence. 3 Mar 2016 17 "Indexing and Active Fund Management: International Evidence". January 2015. Martjin Cremers, Miguel Ferreira, Pedro Matos and Laura  While index investing is currently growing at a faster rate than active For example, trading in the US of ETFs invested in international stocks aids the economy, there is no clear evidence that index funds are https://www.blackrock .com/institutions/en-gb/literature/whitepaper/a-matter-of-style-en.pdf at 4 (Matter of Style). significantly outperform the passive index funds during the down market, The macro finance literature finds evidence that the expected stock returns are performance by active funds, fund managers charge fees that hardly change over time. Global Insight provides marco-level data about the US economy such as. International evidence suggests that active fund managers face a trade-off between where aI = risk adjusted abnormal return from the single index model;.

Overall, our evidence suggests that explicit indexing improves competition in the mutual fund industry. Keywords: Mutual funds, Active management, Index funds,  

Abstract. We examine the relation between indexing and active management in the mutual fund industry worldwide. Explicit indexing and closet indexing by active funds are associated with countries’ regulatory and financial market environments. “Indexing and Active Fund Management: International Evidence” Martijn Cremers, University of Notre Dame mcremers@nd.edu Miguel A. Ferreira, Nova School of Business and Economics miguel.ferreira@novasbe.pt Pedro Matos, University of Virginia – Darden School of Business matosp@darden.virginia.edu Laura Starks, University of Texas at Austin The average benchmark-adjusted net return for all active funds in our sample is approximately zero, consistent with results in other studies of mutual fund performance and also consistent with the Berk and Green (2004) theory of active fund management. We find that truly active funds significantly outperform closet indexers.

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T1 - Indexing and active fund management. T2 - International evidence. AU - Cremers, Martijn. AU - Ferreira, Miguel A. AU - Matos, Pedro. AU - Starks, Laura. PY - 2016/6/1. Y1 - 2016/6/1. N2 - We examine the relation between indexing and active management in the mutual fund industry worldwide. Indexing and Active Fund Management: International Evidence (Digest Summary) K.J. Martijn Cremers Miguel A. Ferreira Pedro Matos Laura T. Starks Journal of Financial Economics. Summarized by Joe Staines CFA Comparing Active and Passive Fund Management in Emerging Markets Klemens Kremnitzer Senior Honors Thesis, Spring 2012 passively managed ETFs8 and index funds. The premise of active management is that diversified international funds investing in emerging markets have superior performance to the US equity market. 6

T1 - Indexing and active fund management. T2 - International evidence. AU - Cremers, Martijn. AU - Ferreira, Miguel A. AU - Matos, Pedro. AU - Starks, Laura. PY - 2016/6/1. Y1 - 2016/6/1. N2 - We examine the relation between indexing and active management in the mutual fund industry worldwide.

T1 - Indexing and active fund management. T2 - International evidence. AU - Cremers, Martijn. AU - Ferreira, Miguel A. AU - Matos, Pedro. AU - Starks, Laura. PY - 2016/6/1. Y1 - 2016/6/1. N2 - We examine the relation between indexing and active management in the mutual fund industry worldwide. Indexing and Active Fund Management: International Evidence (Digest Summary) K.J. Martijn Cremers Miguel A. Ferreira Pedro Matos Laura T. Starks Journal of Financial Economics. Summarized by Joe Staines CFA Comparing Active and Passive Fund Management in Emerging Markets Klemens Kremnitzer Senior Honors Thesis, Spring 2012 passively managed ETFs8 and index funds. The premise of active management is that diversified international funds investing in emerging markets have superior performance to the US equity market. 6 PDF full text (210kb) compared with both index mutual funds and ETFs, active mutual funds exhibited the most persistent outflows across asset classes in all three episodes. P Matos and L Starks (2016): "Indexing and active fund management: international evidence", Journal of Financial Economics, 120 (2016), February, pp 539-60. Indexing and Active Fund Management: International Evidence* Martijn Cremers, University of Notre Dame Miguel A. Ferreira, Nova School of Business and Economics Pedro Matos, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business Laura Starks, University of Texas at Austin† (forthcoming in the Journal of Financial Economics) Abstract A quasi-natural experiment using the exogenous variation in indexed funds generated by the passage of pension laws supports a causal interpretation of the results. Moreover, the average alpha generated by active management is higher in countries with more explicit indexing and lower in countries with more closet indexing. Overall, our evidence Downloadable (with restrictions)! We examine the relation between indexing and active management in the mutual fund industry worldwide. Explicit indexing and closet indexing by active funds are associated with countries’ regulatory and financial market environments. We find that actively managed funds are more active and charge lower fees when they face more competitive pressure from low

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