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Asset allocation ETFs: The ETF of ETFs

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at 1:00 PM (ET)

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Asset Allocation ETFs are known as the ETF of ETFs, meaning a collection for underlying ETFs each containing hundreds of securities. Why have they gained increasing popularity? Well, in one asset allocation ETF you have access to a whole portfolio worth of assets, including equities and fixed income, while offering exposure to North America, global developed and Emerging Markets, all at a low cost. In this live webinar that aired on Wednesday, November 17 at 1:00 pm ET, learn more about Asset Allocation ETFs and how to achieve a well diversified portfolio at a reasonable cost.

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About the presenters

Naseem Husain is responsible for the Multi-Channel ETF Strategy and consults with Institutional, Retail, and Robo-Advisory teams providing ETF expertise and support. Prior to joining Mackenzie, Naseem has 13 years of experience at RBC, 11 of which are as a trader and ETF analyst with RBC Capital Markets and most recently as an ETF Specialist at RBC Global Asset Management. Naseem holds two engineering degrees from the University of Toronto and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario. He is also a Chartered Investment Manager and a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute.