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Rank Group
1 iShares
2 State Street Global Advisors
3 ETF Securities
4 HSBC Asset Management (IRL)
5 DB Platinum Advisors ETF
6 Vanguard Group Inc (IRL)
7 Vanguard
8 BlackRock Fund Advisors
9 Amundi Asset Management
10 UBS AG
11 Lyxor Asset Mgt
12 Boost Management Ltd
13 Bedford Row Capital Advisers
14 BlackRock Asset Mgt Canada Ltd
15 Direxion Shares
16 Guggenheim Funds
17 Invesco PowerShares Capital Management LLC
18 SSgA Funds Management
19 Zurcher Kantonalbank
20 Vanguard Group Inc
21 Source Investment Mgmt Ltd
22 Lyxor Asset Mgmt Luxembourg SA
23 PowerShares Global Funds Ireland PLC
24 Van Eck
25 Motilal Oswal
26 VanEck
27 Global X Funds
28 First Trust
29 BlackRock Investment Management Australia
30 BMO Investments Inc
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