ETF-Forum 2018

Deutsche Börse ETF Forum 2018

Titel: Financial centre Frankfurt am Main
Start:
18 October 2018 12.00 PM
End:
18 October 2018 06.15 PM
Location:
Hilton FrankfurtHochstraße 460313 Frankfurt
Organizer:
Deutsche Börse Cash Market
Target Group:
Institutional investors, financial service providers, investment advisors, fund manager and media representatives

On Thursday, 18 October 2018 the Deutsche Börse ETF-Forum will take place in Frankfurt. Take the opportunity to network with well-known speakers on present industry trends. The forum is moderated by the renowned journalist Jessica Schwarzer.

Please register here. Participation is free of charge. (Please note that the forum will be held in German.)

Programme 2018

Time    SpeakerPanel/Presentation
12.00 noon              Registration
1.00 p.m.

Dr. Martin Reck, Managing Director Cash Market, Deutsche Börse AG

Welcome

1.15 p.m.

Panel 1

Axel D. Angermann, Chief Economist, FERI Group

Stefan Hofrichter, Head of Global Economics & Strategy,
Allianz Global Investors GmbH

Felix Hüfner, Senior European Economist/Chief German Economist, UBS Europe SE

 

Global economic and capital market outlook: numerous factors point to continued upswing despite increased volatility

Global economic growth in 2018 thus far has been strong: most emerging and industrialised countries have seen positive development. The economic risks forecast by pessimists have not materialised. However, tension across the capital markets has increased. Three chief economists will present their assessments of the economic outlook and the impact of potential risks. 


2.15 p.m.

Panel 2

Leif Dockerill, Head of Asset Managment, Kreissparkasse Ludwigsburg

Heike Fürpaß-Peter, Head of ETF Sales Germany and Austria, Lyxor ETF

Ali Masarwah, Editor-in-chief, Morningstar Deutschland GmbH

Dag Rodewald, Head Passive & ETF Specialist Sales Germany & Austria, UBS Asset Management (Deutschland) GmbH

Overview of hedging strategies: how can portfolios be protected from market fluctuations? 

In times of historically low interest rates, equities remain the asset class of choice. A turnaround is, however, taking shape, increasing the risk of setbacks. Which market strategy is suitable to counter these developments? On this panel, experts will present various risk management strategies for investment portfolios. 

3.00 p.m. Coffee break

3.30 p.m.

Panel 3

Philip Annecke, Head of  ETF Distribution Germany and Austria, JPMorgan Asset Management

Carlo Funk, Vice President, ETF & Index Investing, BlackRock

Lorenz Stör, Senior Advisor Responsible Investment, Oekom

Sebastian Wielert, Sales Director DWS Xtrackers



ESG ETFs: responsible investments

ESG is short for “environment, social, governance”. Investors interested in companies that adhere closely to ESG standards can choose from a wide variety of ESG ETFs. The panel will take a closer look at the factors that distinguish the sustainable investment trend as well as the question of how social responsibility and return expectations match up.


4.15 p.m.

Panel 4

Volkmar-Alexander Baur, Private & Business Clients, Deutsche Bank AG

Stefan Bielmeier, Chief Economist and Head of Research, DZ Bank

Carmen Gonzalez-Calatayud, Director - Senior Product Specialist Beta Strategies, HSBC Global Asset Management

Axel Riedel, Head of Intermediary Business Germany & Austria, State Street Global Advisors

 

Discover attractive investment opportunities in emerging markets: which regions offer the most promising outlook? 

Emerging markets are benefiting from a conducive economic environment. Among other things, this is due to the improved fundamental data of individual countries. Many believe that there is good reason for specific regions – and some companies, in particular – to continue to benefit from the positive conditions. Our ETF experts will explain which regions are attractive for investment and which companies investors should focus on.

5.00 p.m. Coffee break

5.30 p.m.

Panel 5

Patrick Doser, Specialist for ETF- and Index-Investments, BlackRock

Thomas Meyer zu Drewer, Head of ComStage ETFs, ComStage ETFs

Christian Stocker, Director, Equity Strategist,
UniCredit

Traditional sectors vs future-oriented sectors: identify above-average growth opportunities and create the right portfolio mix

Our world is driven by digitisation and unlimited data volumes, affecting all business sectors and our way of life. Global digital communication, robots, drones, nano- and biotechnology as well as autonomous vehicles are just some of the symptoms of this development. On the other hand, there are basic needs catered to by the traditional defensive sectors, which yield stable returns that are not linked to the performance of the general economy. Our panelists will present promising traditional and future-oriented industries.

6.15 p.m. Get together

Participants of the ETF Forum gain a 20% discount at Capital Markets Academy upon registering for the course "Zertifizierter ETF-Spezialist" (German language only). Please use the e-mail subject "ETF Forum" when registering via academy@deutsche-boerse.com.

Contact Person

Ilka Klein

Phone: +49-(0) 69-2 11-1 30 51

Email: xetra@deutsche-boerse.com

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