Lee Kranefuss - iShares MSCI Insider

EPP -- Mexico ETF  

MXN 924.30  4.90  0.53%

Chairman of the Board and Presidentident, Trustee of iShares Trust.

Mr. Lee Kranefuss serves as Chairman of the Board, President, Trustee of iShares Trust. He is Chief Executive Officer, Global Index and Markets Group of BGI Chief Executive Officer of Intermediary Investor and Exchange Traded Products Business of BGI Chief Executive Officer of the Individual Investor Business of BGI . and heother Directorships held Director of iShares, Inc. Trustee of Barclays Global Investors Funds and Master Investment Portfolio Director of BGI Cayman Prime Money Market Fund, Ltd. Director of iShares PLC and EETF PLC .
Age: 53        
800-474-2737  

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Entity Summary

The investment seeks to track the investment results of the MSCI Pacific ex Japan Index. iShares MSCI is traded on Mexico Stock Exchange in Mexico.iShares MSCI Pacific ex Japan ETF (EPP) is traded on Mexico Stock Exchange in Mexico. It is located in iShares, Inc. iShares MSCI Pacific ex Japan ETF and employs 9 people.

iShares MSCI Pacific Leadership Team

Charles Hurty, Executive
John Kerrigan, Executive
Cecilia Herbert, Executive
Lee Kranefuss, Chairman
Michael Latham, Executive
George Parker, Executive, MBA
John Martinez, Executive
Richard Lyons, Executive
Allen Reed, Executive

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