NEW YORK, February 17, 2022— (BUSINESS WIRE) – Playback information is now available for BlackRock Innovation and Growth Trust (NYSE: BIGZ, CUSIP: 09260Q108) a conference call held on 9 Februaryth. The conversation was attended by portfolio manager Phil Ruwinski and lead portfolio strategist Ryan McNulty.
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