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BOOST ETP, NASDAQ and IMC target Manchester at the APCIMS CPD ‘ETFs & ETPs – the next generation’ seminar


BOOST ETP has teamed up with APCIMS to hold a free CPD certified Manchester Regional Seminar, ‘ETFs & ETPs – the next generation’, which will be held on Wednesday 1 May 2013 at the Brewin Dolphin offices. This will be the first of the company’s regional seminars.

The seminar is also in association with NASDAQ OMX and IMC, and will discuss the current climate of the ETF market and hear what industry specialists think the sector holds for investors. Dave Gedeon, VP of Research at NASDAQ will present on ‘Commodities and Equities the changing relationship, Rick van Leeuwen, ETF Sales Trading at IMC will present on ‘ETF – what to look out for’ and Hector McNeil Co–CEO from Boost ETP will present on ‘ETFs & ETPs – the next generation’

McNeil says: “These are exciting times for the European ETP industry where significant and radical change is expected and indeed anticipated. We will continue to see strong asset growth into ETPs alongside major structural changes, which includes industry consolidation, both in terms of the number of providers but also the number of products. It is important to continually help to educate investors and we believe our seminars will do this”

Spaces are limited for the seminar and will run between 11:30–14:30 on the 1st of May, please RSVP to today to reserve your place. If you would like further information about the speakers and session, please learn more now.

The free Boost ETP CPD certified Regional Seminars, ETFs & ETPs – the next generation, will also be held in:– Jersey – 16 May 2013, Birmingham – 23 May 2013. Leeds – TBC, and Edinburgh – TBC.

BOOST expects that the largest EU institutional asset manager players will subsume the medium sized issuers, taking out competition and also increasing their market share considerably. These large players will continue to dominate the markets both domestically and globally, especially given the price compression seen in the plain vanilla products.

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