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VIRTUAL EVENT

Canadian ETF Masterclass: Building a More Resilient Core

Thursday, November 19, 2020 | 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM EST
Accepted for CFA®, CFP®, and pending IIROC® credit

A complimentary event for investment professionals

This year's mix of volatility and prolonged uncertainty underscores the importance of building a resilient core. As investors look to prepare portfolios for 2021, how could more strategic building blocks offer protection from the unforeseen without sacrificing access to opportunity?

Join us to explore the range of innovative, low-cost strategies designed to meet clients' specific investment goals—from ESG to factors, sectors, and beyond.

Craig Lazzara, CFA, Global Head of Index Investment Strategy at S&P DJI, will discuss the effectiveness of indexing in building a stable core, and Sam Stovall, CFP, Chief Investment Strategist at CFRA, will share his post-election equity outlook for North America.

Industry experts will also explore:

  • How core ESG strategies can provide risk protection while offering a meaningful boost in ESG representation without necessarily sacrificing returns
  • How to implement quality and dividend strategies to protect against short-term shocks and keep long-term goals in reach
  • How index construction affects risk/return, liquidity, and capacity issues in U.S. small- and mid-cap equities


Other speakers include:

  • Margaret Dorn, S&P Dow Jones Indices
  • Graham MacKenzie, TMX Group
  • Andrew Neatt, TD Wealth Private Investment Advice
  • Hamish Preston, S&P Dow Jones Indices
  • Charles Qi, CFA, CIBC Capital Markets
  • Hussein Rashid, Invesco Canada
  • Travis Robinson, CFP, S&P Dow Jones Indices
  • Erika Toth, CFA, BMO Global Asset Management
  • Pavel Vaynshtok, CFA, S&P Dow Jones Indices
  • An-lap Vo-Dignard, National Bank Financial
  • Shaun Wurzbach, S&P Dow Jones Indices

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