ETFs - Invest from a new perspective

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By BMO Global Asset Management

Added 13th October 2016

Evolution of factor based ETFs are a fast growing part of the funds industry. We discuss the benefits of incorporating screens within indices to enhance the quality and yield of a passive portfolio. This allows for a clear and transparent tilt to an equity allocation while maintaining the low-cost approach associated with index tracking.

Watch our ETF specialist Christine Cantrell discuss how factor based strategies in index construction add more value than the standard market cap weighted methodologies in index construction.

In this video Christine discusses:

  • How BMO Global Asset Management use factor based indices
  • How factor based indices are constructed
  • What factors are considered when constructing such indices

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