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Jubilee edition of the Exchange Traded Product Day
For the 10th time, SIX Swiss Exchange organized the ETPD, providing professional investors with valuable information
on exchange-traded products.
At the SIX ConventionPoint in Zurich, the Exchange Traded Product Day was organized for the tenth time already. It was once
again attended by a large crowd of over 150 professional investors. The successful jubilee edition focused on demographic
change and provided an extensive agenda with several highlights.
The attendees were welcomed by André Buck, Head Sales SIX Swiss Exchange. Subsequently they could choose between various
panels and «product snacks» which covered a broad range of topics, including pension solutions,
sectors and commodities, but also SPI Multi Premia indices, portfolio decarbonisation and sustainable investments.
Welcome speech by André Buck, Head Sales SIX Swiss Exchange
A look at the future
The agenda was first rounded off with an Economic Roundtable with high-profile speakers: Martin Spieler
(Wirtschaftspublizist, SonntagsZeitung, Tamedia) led the discussion with Martin Neff (Chefökonom, Raiffeisen Schweiz),
Christian Gattiker (Chief Strategist and Head of Research, Bank Julius Bär & Co.) and Anja Hochberg (Credit Suisse).
The finale was provided by the futurologist Gerd Leonhard; in his keynote speech he looked at developments in the areas
of culture, society and technology in the coming years.
Keynote speech by Gerd Leonhard
Know-how and networking
During the entire day, the participants could also gather first-hand information about current trends and product
developments at the booths of 13 exhibitors. The newly gained insights were exchanged and deepened during the breaks,
the lunch and the closing networking apéro. All the presentations by the respective speakers will soon be uploaded on
the ETPD website.