(Bloomberg) -- BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, is cutting expenses on six smart beta ETFs as competition heats up to win investors in a growing market.

BlackRock is lowering fees for the ETFs by as much as 20 basis points, according to SEC filings. The reductions put the firm in closer competition with Goldman Sachs' multifactor products, which have had low costs.

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