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The Future of Capital Markets | Ep 4 | John Tuttle: Educating Retail Investors

A lack of access to financial education adversely affects nonprofessional investors' investment decisions. How can we close the gaps around financial education and literacy? John Tuttle, the Vice-Chairman of NYSE Group, offers his insights on the potential for targeted education on a broad range of financial products and how this can lead to better investor outcomes.

The Future of Capital Markets is a five-episode series that profiles global thought leaders on how capital markets are becoming more accessible to retail investors. Each episode explores topics such as the democratization of retail investing, leveraging technology for access, educating retail investors, building trust in capital markets and the future of retail investing.

Learn more about the work of the World Economic Forum on capital markets here.

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The Future of Capital Markets: An Overview

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