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How Regulatory Requirements Impact the Competitive Balance Between Conventional ETFs and New Types of Commodities-Based ETFs

May 6, 2009 - May 8, 2009

Investment Company Institute (ICI) General Membership Meeting

Sutherland Partners Marguerite C. Bateman, James M. Cain and W. Thomas Conner are speaking at the ICI General Membership Meeting, May 6-8, 2009, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC. Marguerite, Jamie and Tom are presenting "How Regulatory Requirements Impact the Competitive Balance Between Conventional ETFs and New Types of Commodities-Based ETFs."

The General Membership Meeting (GMM) is a forum for the national investment company industry and the Investment Company Institute (ICI) to address issues central to the industry’s continuing commitment to meeting the needs of the investing public.  The audience includes Institute members, policymakers, media and service providers to the industry. The conference program emphasizes timely topics intended to help the industry meet the needs of its investors.

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