What do I need to do in order to launch an ETF?

We launch a new ETF via three key workstreams: SEC approval, Board approval, and internal compliance program development. Launch times can vary widely based on the Sponsor’s registration status, ability to iterate on board materials, and desired launch date. A launch can occur as quickly as 90 days.

How much does it cost to launch an ETF?

Launch costs are incurred and passed on without markup to you. We rely on select vendors curated over many years to ensure the lowest costs possible.

Who can start an ETF?

Sponsors must be willing to register with the SEC as a Sub-Adviser, or if an index provider, establish a robust compliance program subject to Board approval. While anyone can start an ETF, we screen candidates for a commitment to compliance and a robust, viable business plan.

Is it hard to run an ETF?

For normal people, yes. For combat Marines, no.