Indexing Explained: The Impact of Rebalancing

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Rolf Agather (FTSE Russell), Michael Curtis (DWS), Sam Wright (DWS)

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*** Please note that this webinar is addressed exclusively to professional investors in the US. *** "How can I efficiently capture and maintain exposure to factors" is a common question heard by index providers and ETF issuers alike. Of equal importance, though, is how the index methodology works to maintain exposure to chosen factors over time. Join Rolf Agather, Managing Director, Research and Innovation, FTSE Russell Michael Curtis, Product Development, DWS and Sam Wright, Capital Markets, DWS for the latest semi-annual update on: - Efficiently capturing multi-factor exposure - The changing factor exposures within indexes over time - The impact of latest rebalancing on embedded factor exposures - Top security and sector weight changes in FTSE Comprehensive Factor Indexes
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