Two more firms are staking their claims to the growing exchange-trade fund space.

Guinness Atkinson Asset Management has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to launch a slate of passive funds encompassing the domestic equity, fixed income, international equity and fixed income and blended funds. The funds will have exposure to the UK, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, China, Canada and Australia.

A spokesperson for the firm was not immediately available to comment on the firm’s new ETF trust.

Also, Ranger Alternative Management is prepping the Ranger Index ETF, a long/short offering. The firm’s regulatory filing also include 130/30 funds. A spokesperson for the firm was not immediately available to comment on its latest funds.

Ranger currently manages the Active Bear ETF (HDGE), a short sale fund, with AdvisorShares.

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