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August 9, 2019 32 min

Episode Length: 32:58

Learn about:

· Overview of the Canadian and U.S. ETF markets

· Actively managed ETF strategies

· Smart beta strategies

· How the ETF market eclipsed the mutual fund market in Canada

· U.S. ETF market trends 

· Why financial advisors use ETFs in Canada and the U.S.

· Views on whether or not the ETF market is overcrowded

· Growing interests in thematic ETFs

· Institutional investors and ESG 

· Expectations on the growth of Canadian thematic ETFs

· Predictions on the future of the North American ETF market

· Favourite ETF tickers  

Keynote Speakers: 

Andres Rincon, CMT, Director, Equity Derivatives & ETF Strategy, TD Securities

Andres Rincon, CMT, is director of equity, ETFs and derivatives strategy at TD Securities. He advises institutional and wealth investors on ETF and option strategies, publishes a broad array of ETF and derivative publications, and works with TD's ETF market making team in facilitating ETF orders. He holds a bachelor of commerce degree in commerce, finance from the University of Ottawa

James Seyffart, CFA, CAIA, ETF & Commodities Analyst, Bloomberg Intelligence

James Seyffart is a research analyst within Bloomberg Intelligence (Bloomberg LP's Research Department). He focuses on the research of the broader asset management industry with specialized expertise in the coverage of ETFs, Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds. Works with Bloomberg's commodity strategist in the research of cryptocurrencies and assists in the production of Bloomberg's ETF IQ, the only TV show fully devoted to all things ETFs. He has a B.S. in Finance and Accounting from The College Of New Jersey (TCNJ).

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