ETF.com and Inside ETFs are proud to bring together the ETF community on 27 April 2017, at The Gherkin in London for the 3rd Annual ETF.com European Awards Dinner.
2016 turned out to be an amazing year for exchange-traded funds. The industry is on pace to set a new record for net inflows, with investors putting more than $280 billion to work in ETFs. New startups and established giants alike are flooding the zone with products, whether smart beta, alternative or active in nature. Amidst it all, the ability for investors to build better portfolios than ever continues to increase.
To recognize the people, companies and products moving this industry forward, Inside ETFs and ETF.com are teaming up once again to host the annual ETF.com Europe Awards. These editorially independent awards are the most coveted in the industry, and are widely seen as the most robust recognition of innovative success.
Please join us on 27 April 2017 in London for an evening to remember as we recognize those helping to build a better investment future for all.
Attendance is by invitation only. Please contact us if you are interested in attending or sponsoring a table.
The ETF.com Europe Awards are designed to recognise the people, products and firms that are driving the ETF industry forward and creating better outcomes for investors.
The finalists are selected by senior members of the ETF.com and Inside ETFs executive teams, which select up to five finalists in each award category (six finalists are allowed if the Nominating Committee cannot agree).
Winners will be selected by a majority vote of the ETF.com Europe Awards Selection Committee, a group of independent ETF experts from throughout the financial community. The members of the selection committee are:
Voters must recuse themselves from any category in which they or their firm is nominated. Winners will be announced at the ETF.com Europe Awards Dinner on 27 April 2017, at the Gherkin, London.
30 St. Mary Axe,
London, EC3A 8BF
The Gherkin is London’s most instantly recognisable tower. Totalling 500,000 sq ft, The Gherkin is an iconic structure housing a flourishing community. The Gherkin deserves its reputation for being ‘the most civilised skyscraper in the world’.