Chris Anderson, Senior Product Manager at Itiviti, delves into the history of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and the key drivers that have shaped their evolution over time. The video highlights the key points covered in the TED-style talk delivered at FOW Trading Chicago in June 2017.

 

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