Understanding Counterparty Risk in ETPs

WEBINAR: Listen again to our September ETF webinar to gain a comprehensive understanding of these vehicles' counterparty risks

Holly Cook 4 October, 2011 | 10:17AM

In the September edition of our monthly ETF webinar series, Morningstar's director of European ETF research, Ben Johnson, provided a comprehensive explanation of counterparty risk in exchange-traded products.

Topics covered included:
-- What are the sources of counterparty risk in ETPs?
-- How are investors being protected from this risk?
-- How are they being compensated for assuming this risk?
-- How is the industry addressing concerns over these risks?
-- What more can be done to further illuminate and mitigate this risk?

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The information contained within is for educational and informational purposes ONLY. It is not intended nor should it be considered an invitation or inducement to buy or sell a security or securities noted within nor should it be viewed as a communication intended to persuade or incite you to buy or sell security or securities noted within. Any commentary provided is the opinion of the author and should not be considered a personalised recommendation. The information contained within should not be a person's sole basis for making an investment decision. Please contact your financial professional before making an investment decision.

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Holly Cook

Holly Cook  is Manager, Morningstar EMEA Websites

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