WHY INDEXIQ ?

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IndexIQ provides innovative portfolio solutions, giving investors access to ETFs that benefit from alpha as well as beta. Our sense of conviction and responsibility, underpinned by the desire to build better portfolios for our clients, drives the philosophy behind this pioneering approach.

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When it makes sense, we will use Candriam's in-house responsible investment methodology to help our clients benefit from the risk-mitigating alpha brought by taking into account ESG factors. In such situations, we practice what we preach through the use of exclusions, engagement and proxy voting. This means that some of our funds go further in seeking to protect investors from long-term risks to corporate sustainability.

settingsOPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY

IndexIQ's research and development process draws upon the expertise of more than 500 investment professionals at Candriam Investors Group.

donePERFORMANCE DRIVEN DIVERSIFICATION

IndexIQ's smart ETFs seek to replicate the performance of benchmarks tailored towards the delivery of superior risk-adjusted returns, rather than investing based purely on market capitalisation of broad indices. We believe this source of diversification provides greater risk protection for our clients. It also means they can participate in long-term market trends, all within the convenience of an ETF structure.

NEWS

15-Jun-17

ELECTIONS IN FRANCE AND ITALY: A MAJOR CHALLENGE FOR THE EURO

The eurozone economy is making a steady recovery across the board. However, a broader perspective on the recovery reveals that divergences have widened between the major euro countries: between France and Germany on the one hand and between Italy and Spain on the other.
14-Jun-17

GLOBAL ECONOMY: MORE FAVOURABLE GROWTH OUTLOOK

Over the past few months, the business climate in both developed economies and emerging markets has improved significantly.
09-Jun-17

A NEW PERIOD OF UNCERTAINTY FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

Theresa May's decision to call snap elections to consolidate the Conservative Party's majority on the eve of negotiations with the European Union has backfired.