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Closed-End Funds Mid-year Review 

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Featuring:

Moderator:
Dennis Emanuel
Director ETF & CEF Strategy

Dave Lamb
Managing Director in the Global Products Group

Jonathan Isaac 
Director of Product Management

 


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