NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BlackRock will host a convention name on Wednesday, December 2nd at 2:00pm ET. The name will characteristic Tony Kim and Erin Xie, portfolio managers for BlackRock Science and Technology Trust II (BSTZ) and BlackRock Health Sciences Trust II (BMEZ), respectively.
Topics will embody:
- How closed-end funds can provide your purchasers entry to non-public investments and revenue alternatives
- A portfolio replace and outlook for BlackRock’s not too long ago launched Science and Technology Trust II (BSTZ) and Health Sciences Trust II (BMEZ)
- Tony Kim, Portfolio Manager, Head of the Technology Team
- Erin Xie, Portfolio Manager, Head of the Health Sciences Team
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