Uses of ETFs in Portfolio Management

Uses of ETFs in Portfolio Management

Exchange Traded Funds, or ETFs, are index funds that trade like shares on a regulated stock exchange. In this video, Lee explains what ETFs are and the different ways they can be used in a portfolio.
Overview

Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are, very simply, index funds that trade like shares on a regulated stock exchange. ETFs offer investors the best of both worlds; the diversification of an investment fund, with the easy tradability of a stock, offering investors potential benefits like intraday trading and daily transparency of holdings, and low fees.

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the uses of ETFs and what they are responsible for

  • Know how ETF’s play a key role in portfolio management

  • Learn how ETFs can help drive investment outcomes

  • Recall the various types of ETFs

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Lee Bartholomew

Lee Bartholomew

Lee is the Global Head of Fixed Income Product R&D at Eurex, one of the largest derivatives exchanges in the world. Eurex is one of the largest companies within the Deutsche Boerse Group.

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