"What requirements will there be for ETF providers to segregate their processes, such as index creation and calculation, provision of the swap and market making?", is the fourth question in a series of videos from Structured Products magazine that address the world of exchange-traded funds
In the fourth of a series of five videos that will appear this week, Richard Jory, editor of Structured Products magazine, asks a panel of exchange-traded fund (ETF) experts what the requirements will be for a segregation of processes.
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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