May 10, 2017
11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET,
ETFs and the New Liquidity Rules: What You Need to Know
The SEC has adopted new rules requiring mutual funds and ETFs to adopt a liquidity risk management program.
The rules include certain exceptions for ETFs that affect creations and redemptions in-kind, but how useful will those exceptions be in practice? Jeremy Senderowicz will explain how the new rules apply to ETFs and what they must do to comply with the requirements. He will also discuss the practical consequences of the exceptions for in-kind ETFs and why ETF sponsors should begin thinking now about how to comply with the rules.
Legalese – Looking Past the Jargon
The ETF industry has thrived on its belief in transparency. The same cannot be said for regulators. Get a clear understanding of what new regulations mean for ETFs and the ETF industry.
One Bad Apple – Don’t Be That Apple
To this day, the flash crash is the one single event ETF skeptics point to. Don’t give them a second point. Get the insight you need as an ETF provider to ensure your fund stays compliant, and avoid being the weak link that cripples the ETF giant.
In a continuing effort to keep the industry up to date on all things ETFs, Inside ETFs has partnered with Dechert LLP to discuss the new liquidity rules, their impact, and how we as an industry stay informed and continue to provide ETF investors with cutting-edge solutions.