Event Title

The Ins and Outs of ETFs

Start Date

25-4-2017 1:00 PM

End Date

25-4-2017 1:20 PM

Description

Introduced roughly 25 years ago, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have become one of the fastest-growing segments of the investment world. These funds offer access to nearly every asset class and allow both large and small investors to construct institutional-caliber portfolios. The purpose of our presentation is to deliver an in-depth explanation of the complex structure of ETFs. We will be discussing how ETFs are created and traded. ETFs work differently than mutual funds and those differences generate exclusive benefits. However, there are additional risks associated with those benefits. In our presentation, we will give a detailed analysis into some of this unique benefits and risks that are associated with ETFs. During this analysis, some of the concepts that will be covered are the creation/redemption process, fund seeding, and the roles of authorized participants, index providers and managers, brokers, and exchanges. After this presentation, the audience should have a complete understanding of how ETFs work.

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Apr 25th, 1:00 PM Apr 25th, 1:20 PM

The Ins and Outs of ETFs

Introduced roughly 25 years ago, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have become one of the fastest-growing segments of the investment world. These funds offer access to nearly every asset class and allow both large and small investors to construct institutional-caliber portfolios. The purpose of our presentation is to deliver an in-depth explanation of the complex structure of ETFs. We will be discussing how ETFs are created and traded. ETFs work differently than mutual funds and those differences generate exclusive benefits. However, there are additional risks associated with those benefits. In our presentation, we will give a detailed analysis into some of this unique benefits and risks that are associated with ETFs. During this analysis, some of the concepts that will be covered are the creation/redemption process, fund seeding, and the roles of authorized participants, index providers and managers, brokers, and exchanges. After this presentation, the audience should have a complete understanding of how ETFs work.