An executive at Charles Schwab & Co. announced at a panel discussion on exchange-traded funds in New York City Tuesday that the company will continue to offer commission-free trading to its brokerage clients that use its lineups of exchange-traded funds.

The firm created commission-free ETFs to open up the investment vehicles to smaller investors, Peter Crawford, a senior vice president at Charles Schwab, said during the event.

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