The Financial Standard Best Practice Forum on Exchange Traded Funds is a fortnight away and there's limited space left for financial advisers and other industry professionals.
Following a successful inaugural event in Sydney last year, the 2017 Best Practice Forum on ETFs moves to Melbourne and has again produced an impressive lineup.
Joining to discuss the latest trends and thinking on ETFs at the one-day forum is:
- Jonathan Howie, director and head of iShares Australia
- Matthew Arnold, head of SPDR ETF strategy & research - APAC, State Street Global Advisors
- Arnie Selvarajah, chief executive, Bell Direct
- Sudir Raju, managing director, exchange traded products Asia, FTSE Russell
- Tim Bradbury, executive director, ETF client coverage, MSCI
- Russel Chesler, director, investments & portfolio strategy, VanEck Australia
- Adrian McRae, financial planner, Grimsey Wealth
- Adam Dawes, wealth manager, Shaw and Partners
- John Dyall, head of investment research, Rainmaker Group
Also in the lead up to the forum, Financial Standard is asking readers to complete a survey
that will help the publication better understand how ETFs are impacting the marketplace.
The survey takes about five minutes to complete and in appreciation Financial Standard will email you the survey's key findings, which will also be released at the Best Practice Forum.
By completing the survey you will also go into the draw to win one of 30 complimentary tickets to either of Financial Standard's Best Practice Forums on Exchange Traded Funds or Managed Accounts (September 14, Sydney).
Research shows that the ETF market has grown 43% per annum in the past three years with aggregate assets under management in Australia topping $20.7 billion. But the sector is set to grow even further and advisers who do not stay current with the latest thinking risk being left behind.
The Financial Standard Best Practice Forum on Exchange Traded Funds will be held in the Clarendon Ballroom at The Langham in Melbourne on 2 August. For more details, click here.