ETF Express is pleased to announce that the etfLIVE North America Digital Summit, running from 20-22 October 2020, and focusing on ETF usage by institutional and wealth asset managers, will feature educational support provided directly by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
Scott Szever, Director of Exchange Traded Products at the NYSE, said: “We’re happy to support the etfLIVE North America Digital Summit this year, which will feature a series of panelists and industry expert views on institutional investors and their experience to date using ETFs as part of their portfolios. Attendees can look forward to learning more about institutional ETF access and the latest investment themes, including ESG.”
This year’s agenda includes speakers from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, Allianz Investment Management, Sage Advisory and Orion Advisor Solutions.
The main session will be “The Big Debate” between Blue Tractor Group and American Century Investments, where panelists will discuss semi-transparent ETFs and whether the products could potentially cause the end of ‘40 Act mutual funds as we know them. Audience members will be able to join in and participate in a live vote to determine the debate winner.
ETF Express is also pleased to announce a media partnership with Women in ETFs, with speakers from the group including Dr Linda Zhang of Purview Investments and Elizabeth Kashner of FactSet.
Professional investors can attend for free and CPD points are available through the CPD Certification Service.
Beverly Chandler, managing editor of ETF Express, said: “It’s going to be a really interesting three days with a wealth of useful and impactful information for any investor who wants to raise their game in the dynamic ETF industry.”
ETF Express ran a previous etfLIVE Europe Digital Summit in May this year – watch the videos from that event here
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