BlackRock, an American multinational investment company, is not an ordinary company whose shares could trade 30% off their peaks. The global correction pushed down its share price and offered investors good buy opportunities. Over 2021 BlackRock expanded its business by 5%. This year the company raised dividends to $4.88 from $4.13 a year before, while buying out $1 billion of shares. Over the last three years BlackRock has paid out around 70% in average of its net profit to its shareholders both in dividends and by acquiring stocks directly in the market. 

The management highlights the elevated demand for passive investments as ETF investments are expected to almost double by 2025 to $15 trillion. BlackRock is eager to offer very attractive investment conditions to potential clients with its highly diversified investment portfolios.