Financial services leaders have been invited to engage with global regulators and share their risk assessments for exchange traded funds (ETFs).

Excess capacity in the labour market was the key to understanding the weakness in the Australian economy and was the driving cause of expected interest rate cuts by the Reserve Bank.

Financial services leaders heard about the past, present and future of exchange traded funds at the recent FSC ETF Forum in Sydney.

As the popularity of exchange traded funds (ETFs) continues to soar, global regulators are reconsidering how they strike the balance between managing ETF risk without hampering innovation.

The FSC spoke with Su-Lin Ong, RBC Capital Markets and Michael Thomas, Deloitte Access Economics on today's economic and market trends.

There’s nothing like sitting in a room full of American fund managers responsible for managing the nation’s US$21 trillion funds under management to understand Australia’s place in the world.

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