Barclays Global Investors' 2003 pretax profit surged 87% to $313 million, helped by strong demand for its actively managed products and exchange traded funds, said Christine Hudacko, BGI spokeswoman. Also, the company's revenues for the year climbed 33% to a record $1.1 billion. Although known primarily as an index-fund giant, BGI said its actively managed assets accounted for more than 60% of management fees for the year. Of $97 billion in new mandates, $33.1 billion went into active funds, $20.6 billion went into ETFs, and the remainder went into institutional index funds. Assets in the company's ETFs stood at $69 billion as 2003 ended, up from $35 billion the year before, making BGI the largest ETF manager in the world, Ms. Hudacko said.