The conference will bring together prominent investment and ETF industry specialists to discuss the major investment themes set to face investors in 2018, including the trends in the European ETF market and the rise of cryptocurrency.
The conference, which is now in its sixth year, will begin with an introduction by the event’s host organisation, the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investment (CISI), swiftly followed by brief presentations from the speakers, including HANetf’s co-founder Hector McNeil, Lyxor’s Chanchal Samadder, Brian Healy from the Irish Stock Exchange, Oliver Smith from IG Smart Portfolios, and Ryan Radloff from Coinshares.
The event is open to all CISI members and financial professionals. The CISI will award 4 CPD hours for attending the event.
The conference will be followed by the 2018 Capital Challenge, London Skolars v Wigan Warriors, at the world renowned Honourable Artillery Company in the heart of London’s financial district. Rugby fans are welcome to watch as London Skolars take on one of rugby league’s most famous names and World Club Champions, Wigan Warriors RLFC, in what is the flagship rugby league event of the preseason calendar and marks the beginning of the London season.
“We are delighted to welcome the return of the ETF Investment Outlook Conference for 2018 and sincerely look forward to seeing everybody at what is set to be a thrilling event. 2018 is set to be an extraordinary year for ETFs, and events such as this help to educate people in the benefits the products bring, particularly in a time of regulatory upheaval. As such this is a great opportunity to reinforce our commitment to providing a turnkey solution for asset managers looking to enter the European market.
Along-side the hospitality luncheon at the HAC, and the attendance at the rugby match the event, makes the ETF Investment Outlook Conference the largest of its kind in Europe.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the the, CISI as hosts, London Skolars and Wigan Warriors for making it a fun day, and the other sponsors for whom without their support the event could not have taken place.”