Harnessing ETF innovation in APAC to drive efficient UCITS global distribution

Presented by

Mohamed M'Rabti - Euroclear, Wei Chin Kang - SGX Group, Keshava Shastry - DWS, Jonny Briggs - SG Flow Traders

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Since the first ETF asset was launched in 1990, the ETF industry has become a hub of continued innovation and growth, reaching a staggering USD 10 trillion in AUM in 2021. By 2026, PwC predicts that Global ETF AuMs could surpass USD 20 trillion - and it’s the APAC region that is increasingly emerging as the one to watch (around USD 500 billion). With asset managers, exchanges and regulators in APAC to promote growth in the ETF industry and encouraging the development of local and foreign products (in Asia, it’s vital that institutional and retail investors make the most of rising opportunities in the region during their time zone. In Euroclear’s “Harnessing ETF Innovation in APAC to Drive Efficient UCITS Global Distribution” panel, Euroclear’s Head of Product Management APAC and head of ETFs Mohamed M'Rabti is joined by leaders from across the APAC ETF space to discuss their insights for the year ahead. From discussing the challenges for market makers in the region, ETF issuers and infrastructure to looking at the difference between ETF trading behaviour in APAC compared to Europe, join this panel and learn: - Predictions for the evolution of the UCITS ETF industry in APAC - Ways to distribute UCITS ETFs in APAC and past post-trade challenges - Best practices for how investors in the region should think differently between large and small sizes in ETFs - And more
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