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Head of Australia and New Zealand

ETF Securities Pty Ltd
Phone: +61 *********
Email: d***@***.com
Local Address: Australia
ETF Securities Limited
3 Lombard Street
London EC3V 9AA
United Kingdom

Company Description: ETF Securities has offered U.S. physically-backed precious metal exchange traded products (ETPs) since July 2009. In two years, the firm has grown its U.S. assets...   more
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"Turmoil in emerging markets, due to ...
www.sify.com, 4 Feb 2014 [cached]
"Turmoil in emerging markets, due to the Fed's reduction of tapering, is causing some investors to become risk-off so they are looking to gold which has regained its status as a safe-haven asset," said Danny Laidler, head of Australia & New Zealand operations at ETF Securities.
Laidler said his firm saw global inflows of $44 million into its gold-backed exchange traded products last week - the largest inflows since August last year.
"A lot of our clients are ...
gulfnews.com, 20 Jan 2014 [cached]
"A lot of our clients are still holding on to gold as a risk-event hedge," said Danny Laidler, head of ETF Securities' Australia and New Zealand business.
"The mood towards gold has definitely ...
gulfnews.com, 26 July 2013 [cached]
"The mood towards gold has definitely changed in recent weeks as the market thinks most of the bad news is priced into gold already," said Danny Laidler, head of ETF Securities' Australia and New Zealand business.
"I wouldn't say people are bullish gold but they are definitely less bearish," said Laidler, adding that outflows from the firm's gold-backed exchange traded fund (ETF) have slowed.
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"The fundamentals for buying gold are still there - loose monetary policy, concerns over the Middle East and Europe, and [economic] data from the US and China not being as positive as expected," Laidler said.
Holding on ... Long-term ...
www.afr.com, 28 May 2013 [cached]
Holding on ... Long-term investors are keeping gold as a defensive asset, says Danny Laidler.
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Danny Laidler, head of ETF Securities in Australia and New Zealand, says the recent drop in the gold price can be attributed to short-term technical investors who will sell gold when it reaches a certain price.
"Long-term investors, especially those who are investing their own money, are still holding gold as a defensive asset," he says.
As evidence, Laidler says net outflows from its gold exchange-traded products (ETPs) since the start of the year is ­$40 million from total assets under management of $550 million. Net outflow refers to the average amount of money invested and withdrawn from these products.
"This supports our understanding that short-term technical investors have sold out, but long-term investors are still holding gold," he says.
According to Laidler, despite the drop in the gold price the reason why people want to invest in gold ETPs has not changed. "Devalued currencies, US and Japanese quantitative easing and the European Central Bank's recent rate cut mean investors still want to hold gold," he explains.
Another reason why people still think gold is attractive is because its performance is uncorrelated to other asset classes such as equities. "Gold protects portfolios from­ ­market shocks," he says.
"Silver is very interesting," says ...
www.sharesmag.com.au, 2 Nov 2011 [cached]
"Silver is very interesting," says Danny Laidler, head of ETF Securities in Australia. "It's 50-50 between being a store of value and industrial usage, whereas gold is a store of value that goes well when there is volatility in equity markets. So silver has safe haven aspects, like gold, but also offers exposure to economic recovery."
Silver is used in a host of industrial applications, particularly in technology and photovoltaic applications, so any increase in global economic activity benefits it. "Lots of investors are taking a barbell approach to recovery: they want to participate in that recovery but are also concerned about risk," Laidler says.
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Laidler adds that some people buy these metals "to get exposure to BRIC markets," but notes that the biggest impact in recent months has actually been the earthquake in Japan, since so much automotive production is handled there.
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Laidler says half the inflows into the silver product have taken place in the past six months or so.
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