MarketWatch: CEO Jan van Eck Happy to be a “Small” Firm Right Now
Jan van Eck, Chief Executive Officer
June 08, 2020
There are benefits to being a private firm in these extraordinary times, according to CEO Jan van Eck. One is that we can remain focused on our growth plans. In this MarketWatch interview, Jan explores the role ETFs have played in the firm’s growth and his views on the ETF ecosphere. He also shares his thoughts on what investors should know about China and the Federal Reserve’s bond buying program.
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