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Harry Markopolos, Madoff Whistleblower
Warren Jestin, Scotiabank; Dr. Avery Shenfeld, CIBC World  		Markets Inc. with moderator Pat Bolland
Mark Yamada, PUR Investing; Rohit Mehta, First Asset Capital  		Corporation; Jaime Purvis, Horizons ETFs
Amelia Nedovich, Head, Business Development, ETFs & Structured  		Products, Toronto Stock Exchange
Dr.Lisa Kramer, Expert in Behavioural Finance & Neuroeconomics
John Youn, BMO Asset Management; John Gabriel, Morningstar,  		Inc.; David Munro, DundeeWealth Private Client Research; Alfred Lee, BMO  		ETFs; Yves Rebetez, ETFinsight; Pat Chiefalo, National Bank Financial
Howard Atkinson, President, Horizons ETFs
Kevin Gopaul, BMO ETFs; Sandip Bhagat, Vanguard; Som Seif,  		Claymore Investments Inc.; Michael Cooke, PowerShares Canada
Neil Bearse, Manager Web-based Marketing, Queen's School  		of Business
Parag Khanna, Senior Fellow, New America Foundation
Richard Jackson, Director & Senior Fellow, CSIS Global  		Aging Initiative
Robert Johnson, Director of Economic Analysis, Morningstar
Seddik Meziani, Professor Finance & Economics, Montclair  		State University
Christopher Johnson, Knight ETF Trading; Gary Knight,  		TSX Market; Michael Cooke, PowerShares Canada
Barry Gordon, First Asset Capital Corporation with moderator  		Pat Bolland

EXCHANGE TRADED FORUM 2013

ETRs, ETFs, Indexing...

Investing has changed and the products offered are evolving quickly. As these asset classes increase in number and sophistication, investors are rapidly discovering that these products are an excellent investment option to diversify, limit risk and capitalize on opportunity.

2012 proved to be a record year for both sales and assets under administration for the Canadian Exchange Traded Funds industry. Assets were up 30% to an impressive $56.4 billion.

The number of products in Canada increased from 227 in 2011 to 265 at the end of 2012. The majority of the growth in ETFs in 2012 was in fixed income up 50% from the previous year.

What's in store for ETFs in 2013? We believe we will see continued growth in this rapidly expanding sector. However, in order to attract new assets the providers will need to launch new cost effective, innovative products. These products will be more sophisticated in both structure and sector allocation.

To this end there will be increased regulatory focus and plenty of media exposure, both good and bad. The need for education and understanding in all types of exchange traded products is now more necessary than ever.

Radius Financial Education is proud to be hosting this event in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, bringing together leading professionals from every segment of this dynamic group of investment products including investors, advisors, managers, research professionals, regulatory experts, noted financial educators and authors, to share their expertise, views and analysis.

Investing has changed and the Exchange Traded Forum 2013 is your opportunity to learn, network and gain experience.

 

 

 
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Sponsor and Speaking Opportunities and Press Inquiries
If you're interested in sponsorship and speaking opportunities, or if you are a member of the media interested in attending the event please contact:

Sara Kasuji
kasuji@radiusfinancialeducation.com

T: 416.306.0151

General Questions

If you have a general question about the Forum please contact:
info@exchangetradedforum.com