Mackenzie ETF Portfolios Webcast | Mackenzie Investments

Mackenzie ETF Portfolios Webcast

As ETFs become more popular with Canadians, we're offering exposure to ETFs in a mutual fund structure. You can give clients easy access to a full spectrum of ETFs in one simple solution with Mackenzie ETF Portfolios.

View the webinar and learn key benefits of Mackenzie ETF Portfolios.

Our presenters will discuss:

  • The evolution of ETFs: active, strategic beta and traditional index ETFs
  • Key benefits of Mackenzie ETF Portfolios and how they aim to deliver the highest return within a given risk profile
  • How the Mackenzie Asset Allocation Team:
    • Uses deep pension-style expertise for managing strategic allocations and tactical shifts in the ETF Portfolios to take advantage of market opportunities
    • Provides active management of the Portfolios and a robust process for managing and monitoring risk

Please note, only registered participants for the webcast are eligible for Continuing Education (CE) credits (subject to approval).1

1CE Credit Guidelines

  • CE credits are subject to approval from the following associations:
    • The Institute for Advanced Financial Education (IAFE) (formerly Advocis)
    • Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC)
    • Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC)
    • Chambre de la sécurité financière (CSF)
    • Institut québecois de planification financière (IQPF)
    • Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) (Please note: CE credits for AIC will only be offered to Registrants who attend the live presentation)
  • CE Credits are issued on a per participant basis. Individual registration is required.
  • To earn CE credits, you must watch the entire webcast, including the Q&A session.

Pending approval, CE Certificates are automatically emailed to you, and may take up to 60 days.

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