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Michael Mundt Discusses Non-Transparent Active ETFs at D.C. Bar Event

July 14, 2015
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partner Michael W. Mundt participated in a panel discussion, “Non-Transparent Active ETFs: What Recent SEC Movement May Mean for the ETF Industry,” hosted by the Washington, D.C. Bar Association. The panel discussion focused on recent regulatory developments and what they may mean for the ETF industry. Mundt and fellow panelists also discussed the 2015 regulatory outlook for non-transparent active ETFs and the practical implications they may have for the investment management industry.

Mundt is nationally recognized for his work in the area of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). He assists clients with all phases of the complex regulatory process required to introduce and operate index-based and actively managed ETFs, as well as next generation exchange-traded products. More generally, he counsels investment advisers and investment companies on a wide range of issues arising under the Investment Company Act of 1940 and other federal securities laws.

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