Join Marlena Lee, Dimensional Fund Advisors’ Global Head of Investment Solutions, for an overview of innovations in exchange-traded fund (ETF) investing, active transparent ETFs and the evolution of investment vehicles. Her presentation will include a discussion of Dimensional’s entry into the ETF space, why the firm has transitioned some mutual funds into ETFs, and how Dimensional believes it can add value by offering investments in an ETF structure.
Topics to be covered include:
- Implementing a systematic, factor-based investment approach inside an active transparent ETF
- Comparing tax efficiencies between mutual funds and ETFs
- Why Dimensional is building out a suite of ETFs as part of its innovation in the space
Mark Gochnour, Dimensional’s Head of the Global Client Services Group, will host the webcast.
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Marlena Lee, PhD
Global Head of Investment Solutions
Head of Global Client Services
For Financial Professional Use Only.
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