ETF.com Conference Photos: Part 3

The final day of our annual Inside ETFs Europe conference ended with a bang as former rogue trader Nick Leeson took to the stage

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The final day of our annual Inside ETFs Europe conference ended with a bang as former rogue trader Nick Leeson took to the stage. Before that we saw invigorating panels on smart beta, liquidity risks and regulation, and a thought-provoking keynote speech by Jonathan Stein, CEO of U.S.-based robo adviser Betterment.

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Journalist and broadcaster Robin Powell kicks off the day with his documentary – How To Win The Loser's Game – and presents the evidence against active investment

The Great Platform Debate saw a packed room of IFAs listen in to expert views on how to pick a platform and what challenges they still face

Robin Powell is back on the stage to grill the industry on what smart beta really means and how investors can use it in their portfolios

Olena Tokar from Euronext joins the live ETF trading demonstration

Journalist and blogger Iona Bain questions the experts on how IFAs can manage their fixed income portfolios given the political and economic risks ahead

 

U.S.-based robo adviser Betterment's CEO, Jonathan Stein, argues why robo advice and traditional financial planners can work together

Index consultant Mark Adema warns investors to beware index turnover in the Liquidity Risks panel

Lawyer Monica Gogna presses the industry to explain upcoming regulation clearly and what it means for the audience

Former rogue trader Nick Leeson, the man who brought down Barings Bank in the 1990s, says no one is asking banks the difficult questions and little has changed since his time at the Queen's bank

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