ETF.com, the world's leading authority on exchange-traded funds (ETFs), announced today the expansion of its board to include veteran industry leaders
Grist and Grossman join existing board members Charlie Stroller, president and CEO of Charter Financial Publishing Network (publisher of
"Barnaby and Blake have truly extraordinary industry and business expertise. We are absolutely thrilled to have them join ETF.com's board of directors as our growth continues to accelerate," said Wiandt. "The ETF.com board includes exceptional leadership from all facets of our business--financial publishing and events, and content and services aimed at investment advisors and asset managers."
In addition to the expansion of the board, ETF.com also announced changes to its executive team.
"Our expanded leadership team for both our board of directors and executive management will help ETF.com realize its full potential," said Wiandt. "ETF.com will solidify its role as the leading independent source for all news, analysis and data and related to ETFs."
About ETF.com - Founded in 2001, ETF.com (formerly IndexUniverse) is the world's leading authority on exchange-traded funds. ETF.com offers investors trusted insights through its leading publications, events, analysis and data. ETF.com offers investors and advisors the only institutional-caliber research tool designed specifically for ETFs. ETF.com delivers the industry's deepest and most insightful coverage online, through its newsletters and in print. ETF.com also hosts the world's largest events focused on ETFs, including Inside ETFs and Inside ETFs Europe.
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