Desjardins launches international multifactor controlled volatility ETF

Desjardins Global Asset Management (DGAM) has launched the Desjardins Developed ex-USA ex-Canada Multifactor-Controlled Volatility ETF (DFD) on the Toronto Stock Exchange, providing access to a portfolio of global stocks excluding Canada and the US which have been weighted to amplify exposure to a selection of equity market risk factors – value, momentum, size and low volatility. The fund tracks the performance of the Scientific Beta Developed ex-USA ex-Canada Multifactor-Controlled Volatility Index, developed by Scientific Beta, a commercial venture of EDHEC Risk Institute.

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James Lord

Desjardins Global Asset Management (DGAM) has launched the Desjardins Developed ex-USA ex-Canada Multifactor-Controlled Volatility ETF (DFD) on the Toronto Stock Exchange, providing access to a portfolio of global stocks excluding Canada and the US which have been weighted to amplify exposure to a selection of equity market risk factors – value, momentum, size and low volatility. The fund tracks the performance of the Scientific Beta Developed ex-USA ex-Canada Multifactor-Controlled Volatility Index, developed by Scientific Beta, a commercial venture of EDHEC Risk Institute.

Type: Press article
Date: le 11/05/2017
Source : ETF Strategy Ltd

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