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CFASO - How Disruptive Technologies Are Enabling the Re-opening Economy
As governments and business leaders around the world look to re-ignite economic growth in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, concerns remain around how to safely and responsibly bring people back to offices, schools, and stores. In this webcast, Global X’s thematic research team evaluates the challenges facing the re-opening economy and which technologies will play a critical role in the new normal, such as the Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Genomics, and Telemedicine.

Jan 27, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jay Jacobs
Head of Research & Strategy @Global X ETFs
Having joined Global X in 2013, Jay leads the firm’s research team, which originates the firm’s unique insights on the markets and ETFs. He also guides the planning and development of the firm’s strategic direction. Jay is a frequently cited expert in the financial media, including CNBC, Bloomberg, and The Wall Street Journal. Prior to joining Global X, Jay was a business analyst at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), in the ETF and Indexing Group, where he helped to launch hundreds of ETFs on the NYSE Arca trading platform. Jay holds a BA from Emory University in International Studies and an MBA from Columbia Business School. He is also a CFA charterholder. He can be followed on Twitter @JayJacobsCFA
Warner Wen
Research Director, Canada @Global X ETFs
Warner joined Global X in 2019 as the firm’s first Canadian-based employee, to better support the firm’s Canadian clients and partners. His primary responsibilities involve communicating information about Global X’s ETFs and the markets to a range of Canadian investors and senior decision makers, including major Canadian financial institutions and advisers. Prior to joining Global X, Warner was Senior ETF Product Manager at Mackenzie Investments. He also worked in MSCI’s Toronto office and Scotiabank earlier in his career. Warner holds a Master’s of Finance (MF) degree from York University’s Schulich School of Business and an MBA from Rollins College’s Crummer Graduate School of Business in Florida.