Fixed income ETFs have grown rapidly in size and popularity in recent years, offering liquidity in an asset class that historically has been prone to bouts of illiquidity. But do these ETFs pose a systemic risk to the credit markets? Or, do they add transparency and efficiency to a market structure that has been, historically, opaque and difficult to access?
Join a panel of experts as they discuss
- The state of the fixed income markets
- How credit ETFs trade in stressed markets
- How companies can navigate these markets