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Danny Laidler

Head of Australia and New Zealand

ETF Securities Limited

Direct Phone: +61 *********       

Email: d***@***.com

ETF Securities Pty Ltd

ETF Securities Limited

48 Wall Street 11Th Floor

New York, New York 10005

United States

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 under management (AUM) to $4.2 billion as of July 19, 2011. ... more

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Managing Director
ETF Securities Australia

Head of Australia and New Zealand
ETF Securities Australia

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Danny Laidler, ETF ...

www.etfsecurities.com, 24 June 2015 [cached]

Danny Laidler, ETF Securities’ Head of Australia and New Zealand,  has been appointed Co-Head and Head of Distribution at ANZ ETFS, while Adam Smith, currently Director of Business Execution at ANZ Global Markets, has been appointed Co-Head and Chief Operating Officer of the joint venture.

The patchy performance of Australia's ...

www.afr.com, 25 Sept 2012 [cached]

The patchy performance of Australia's listed agricultural sector is a prime example of why investors should leverage the soft commodities boom by investing directly in the commodities, says Danny Laidler, managing director of ETF Securities Australia and New Zealand.

"If you are bullish on an individual commodity you can invest in that commodity through an exchange traded commodity (ETC)," Laidler says.
Laidler says ETCs are highly liquid, highlighting daily turnover in the Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures contract of more than $US1 billion a day.
"There is huge depth in the market," Laidler says.
Unlike when they buy shares in a company, investors in ETCs do not gain exposure to dividends.
Laidler argues they also avoid the possibility of poor management decisions hurting the value of their asset, even when the commodity price is rallying.
"There may be a management decision that the market doesn't like and that impacts the share price," Laidler says.
ETCs are traded on the Australian Securities Exchange.
Laidler says the investment is 100 per cent collateralised against assets held by major global banking institutions.

"U.S. economic growth in particular looks ...

www.sify.com, 11 Nov 2014 [cached]

"U.S. economic growth in particular looks buoyant and is likely to drive the dollar even higher, placing downward pressure on gold," said Danny Laidler, head of the ETF Securities' Australia & New Zealand operations.

The firm saw $85.8 million of outflows last week from gold-backed exchange-traded products, reversing the previous four-weeks of inflows as more investors became bearish on the metal's prospects, he said.

"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.

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