What is the future for ETFs that provide exposure to hidden assets such as hedge funds, private equity and volatility?
"What is the future for exchange-traded funds that provide exposure to hidden assets such as hedge funds, private equity and volatility?", is the second question in a series of five videos from Structured Products magazine that address the world of exchange-traded funds.
Richard Jory, editor of Structured Products magazine, asks a panel of exchange-traded fund (ETF) experts what the future is for ETFs that provide exposure to so-called hidden assets.
The panellists, each of whom has been working in the ETF market since its inception, offer some insight into how the market has incorporated volatility and hedge funds.
Isabelle Bourcier, director of development at Ossiam;
Martin Bednall, head of EMEA product design and structuring at iShares;
Peter Thompson, director of strategy at Source;
Nizam Hamid, head of ETF strategy at Lyxor
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