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Have you invested in Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) yet?
ETFs Ask the Experts
Connecting you with the Experts
ETFs have taken off in Australia and are continuing to make an impression on the investment sector

If you have not yet considered Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) as your next pivotal investment, then we invite you to take a look at the various benefits:
  • Tax efficient with less exposure on capital
    gains tax

  • Affordable diversification over different equities and market segments
  • High risk management due to being traded similarly to stock
  • Possibility to immediately reinvest the dividends
Tuesday 15 November 2016 AEDT
12:30pm – 1:30pm

On Tuesday 15 November at 12:30pm, a panel of experts from Australia's leading ETF providers will gather to discuss the rise of this new popular investment option. This is your opportunity to address your questions to all of them at the same time!

Damien Sherman
Damien Sherman
Head of Exchange Traded Fund Capital Markets
Shaun Parkin
Shaun Parkin
Head of SPDR ETFs
State Street Global Advisors
Matthew McKinnon
Matthew McKinnon
Director Intermediary & Institutions
Alex Zaika
Alex Zaika
Director iShares Wealth Advisory Strategist
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