Asia's most respected finance conference organiser, The Pinnacle Group International reveals one of its most exciting and high profile events in 2011 – ASIAN ETF INVESTORS SUMMIT 2011.
The ETF market in Asia has been growing steadily over the years. In 2010, there were close to 250 ETFs/ETPs listed in the Asia Pacific region, with assets of over USD70 billion listed on 15 Exchanges.
There is still a large growth potential for the Asian ETF market not only in size but also in its variety and sophistication. Its suitability to both retail and institutional investors as seen by its flexibility of use for a variety of investment strategies as well as its enormous potential in innovation justifies the creation of a large Pan Asian Investors Summit for both the buy-side and sell-side players.
The conference will profile some of the world's most established indexing managers, investors, hedge funds, supporters and critics of the ETF world. It aims to provide a well rounded and enjoyable event for an independent view of the intricacies of ETF investing and a platform for networking and doing business.
See you at this great event!
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