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ETF Seminar 2010


On 8 October 2010, the London Stock Exchange held its annual ETF seminar. The seminar was chaired by Antony Hilton of the Evening Standard and key discussions include an overview of the ETF market over the last decade, managing volatility exposure in ETNs, transparency of swap-based ETFs and the increasing scope of ETFs. Below are some presentations by speakers at this seminar.

Seminar Presentations

 ETF 2010 Seminar Agenda

Seminar Agenda

ETF Seminar 2010 Gillian Walmsley

London Stock Exchange

An overview of the ETF and ETP Market

Gillian Walmsley, Head of UK Fixed Income

ETF Seminar 2010 Deborah Fuhr

BlackRock

ETF Landscape – Global overview of ETFs through the last decade

By Deborah Fuhr, Managing Director

ETF Seminar 2010 Martin Bednall

iShares

Transparency of Swap-based ETFs

By Martin Bednall, Director – Product Development iShares EMEA

ETF Seminar 2010 Andrew Hall

Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment

The Retail Distribution Review

By Andrew Hall, Head of Professional Standards

 

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