Lisa Langley is the CEO and president of Emerge Canada, Inc., which she founded to provide global support to investment managers. Previously, Ms. Langley worked globally in the financial industry, including over 30 years of investment industry experience in Canada, US, and Europe. Last year, she won the CEO of the year award sponsored by wealth professional awards. Ms. Langley has been nominated again for 2021 and is an excellence award winner.
Over the past 31 years, there have been 26 market corrections. During that time, active management has outperformed passive management 19 out of 26 times, with an average rate of outperformance of 1.48%. Join Lisa Langley as she discusses how to best utilize actively managed ETFs to mitigate risk in volatile market conditions.
Allocating to innovation requires a long view of how the world will improve and solve its problems. While disruptive innovation themes such as healthcare and industrial development are fast moving, sometimes the stocks themselves need time to overcome hurdles, adoption rates, and understanding. So, how can fast-moving innovations help fight inflation?
Nearly halfway into the year, stocks continue to slide, meaning huge losses for many investors. In this panel discussion, we touch on what ETF investors should be looking to do to help recession-proof their portfolios. The after-effect of inflation usually comes recession, what can investors do to get ahead of a potential recessionary period and help to stabilize their investments.
Would you be willing to sacrifice transparency for potential returns? Would you forego daily disclosure for added flexibility? Those questions and more lie at the center of the passive vs. active ETF debate, the latest version of which will happen right before your eyes as part of this special panel! So be there as the pros discuss the advantages and distinct risk factors of new, actively managed ETFs. See which side you're on, and through the course of a spirited debate, get the help you need to decide whether actively managed ETFs are right for you.