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Annual Event-2013


Market Waves: Using ETFs and ETPs to navigate difficult market conditions

Economic and political uncertainty has affected Exchange Traded Funds and other Exchange Traded Products on a global scale. In the European landscape, ETFs and other ETPs assets have grown by 1% year to date which is significantly down compared with recent years. However, London Stock Exchange has had a record period in the first half of 2013 with on-exchange turnover at £88 billion, up 30% compared to H1 2012.


London Stock Exchange will be hosting a morning event on 10 October 2013 to evaluate the challenging market for ETFs/ETPs and would like to invite you to attend. A group of industry experts will examine developments in this space and discuss implementing various investment strategies to navigate current difficult market conditions.

This is a free event for market professionals only. To register your place, please click here.

The agenda is available here.

 

Thursday, 10 October 2013
London Stock Exchange, 10 Paternoster Square, London EC4M 7LS

 

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