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Motilal Oswal MOSt Shares ETF Conclave 2012

The second edition of MOSt Shares ETF Conclave was held on 20th June, 2012 at NSE Auditorium, Mumbai. The conclave, a premier Industry event is envisaged by MOSt Shares as an annual event in furthering Motilal Oswal’s efforts in the area of customer education. 

The conclave 2012 started with an introduction by Nitin Rakesh, MD & CEO MOAMC, followed by opening remarks by Ms. Chitra Ramkrishna, Joint MD, NSE. 

Mr. James Norris, Managing Director, Vanguard International presented the keynote speech. He talked about ETFs and Index Funds and how they became so popular globally.

The highlight of the conclave was a special panel discussion moderated by Mr. Nitin Rakesh. The expert panel comprised of Mr. James Norris, Mr. Frank Satterthwaite, Vanguard principal and head of Corporate Strategy - Vanguard Strategy and Finance Department and Mr. Anup Bagchi, MD & CEO, ICICI Securities Ltd.

The discussion kicked off with Mr. Nitin Rakesh quoting Mr. John Lobo from his book – Enough - –“Too much cost, not enough value, too much speculation not enough investment, too much complexity not enough simplicity”. They discussed the foundations of asset allocation given to portfolio approach or investment approaches to the fact that we need to have assets that have no co-relations, stocks, bonds, cash, commodities, currency and so on. Mr. Anup Bagchi emphasised on the points that asset allocation happens across financial assets and physical assets, and within physical assets it’s always through the starting point of an economy. Mr. Norris discussed how they use their active funds and how do they allocate. The panelists talked about gold ETFs and why do people in India buy gold.

The Panel discussion was followed by a session by Mr. Raamdeo Agrawal on the current market scenario.

The conclave ended with a dinner, where the audience got a chance to interact with the speakers and thus had a good networking session.

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