Educate advisers to boost awareness

Stodell, Hannah
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p21
The article reports on the need to educate advisers in the financial market in order to boost awareness and their knowledge of exchange traded fund (ETF) products in Great Britain. It mentions that Manooj Mistry, Dbx-trackers head in the region, stated that the London Stock Exchange is a great vehicle to offer an unbiased and fair view of the market. It relates that investors are willing to give out cash as long as it would be used in the right fashion.


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