ETNs, ETFs: What's the Difference? Have all the Lines Been Blurred?

4/29/2008

Capital Markets, Federal Tax, Investment Management, Derivatives + Commodities, and Structured Products

New York, NY

Anna T. Pinedo and Thomas A. Humphreys

Thomas A. Humphreys and Anna T. Pinedo

Seminar

Panelists discussed structured products and 40 Act registered products, focusing on how securities law and tax regulation of structured products differs from 40 Act products, like mutual funds, UITs and ETFs; the tax treatment of structured products compared to 40 Act products; the current ETN controversy; disclosure differences among product types; and recent changes to ETF registration.

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