The perceived and actual value of Exchange-Traded Funds
Event time: 15:00 - 16:00 PM Singapore Time
Duration: 1 Hour
There are different ways of measuring the value of an exchange-traded fund (ETF), leading to potential confusion. An ETF can be valued using an exchange-based or over-the-counter (OTC) price, using the published daily net asset value (NAV) or an indicative net asset value (iNAV), usually calculated only during trading hours.
In our webinar, we throw light on this complex topic. Listen to professionals discussing the concept of fair value of ETFs, the benefits and shortcomings of value indicators and the takeaway from the liquidity issues in March 2020.
- How accurately does NAV and iNAV represent the fair value of an ETF
- When is the best time to buy a selected ETF?
- Challenges for independent ETF valuation: Fair value, frequency, composition and availability
Financial Journalist and Editor, New Money Review
Chief Investment Officer, BetaShares
Managing Director, Head of Institutional Trading APAC, Flow Traders
Senior Manager, Investment Product Specialists, ASX
Wee Lynn Low
Product Specialist, Pricing, Valuations and Reference Data, IHS Markit
Product Manager, ETFs and Real-Time Pricing
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