Mackenzie US Large Cap Equity (QUU)

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In addition, three smaller mutual-fund providers have also entered the ETF space. The rapid adoption of ETFs in Canadians' portfolios in recent years have them reassessing those risks. But there have been some recent signs their grip on the market is loosening.

Meanwhile, the ETF market is rapidly gaining momentum. With early ETF providers dominating the market with low-cost passive investing, there is limited opportunity to capture passive market share.

Instead, the majority of the fund companies entering the market this year are doing so with niche product offerings that are either actively managed or strategic beta funds. Unlike a traditional ETF that follows a certain index, actively managed ETFs are more like mutual funds, with their own dedicated portfolio-management team. Strategic beta funds, also known as factor-based funds, follow an index but have active managers who can change the mandates or investment strategies when needed.

The surge in actively managed ETFs also means higher management fees charged for portfolio-management services. Management fees can range between 0. But as the competition continues to emerge, fees could start to drop. Seeking lower-cost alternatives is a direct response to a changing landscape in the Canadian market. Recent regulatory changes have sparked a growing awareness around investment fees and the cost of advice. As a result, investors — as well as financial advisers who make up a large percentage of mutual-fund sales — are increasingly adopting ETFs in their investment portfolios.

Earlier this year, AGF entered the scene with a big splash — adding seven actively managed ETFs to their product lineup. Like many of AGF's competitors in the mutual-fund space, the company won't veer from its actively managed philosophy.

This is a landscape that is increasingly going to migrate towards active [management] and when you look at the type of innovative products we just launched, there are going to be more of these product initiatives being offered over the next two to three years.

Through its affliliates, Highstreet Asset Management Inc. Subadvised by Alken Asset Management Ltd. Our view on global markets — and our global ETF products — is that achieving attractive returns over the cycle globally is more about asset allocation and risk management. A number of ETF providers are pursuing other strategies. Some larger fund companies with substantial distribution networks and prominent brands, for instance, are blurring the lines between mutual funds and ETFs by creating wraps so that the products can co-exist.

Meanwhile, for the first time, mutual funds are also being wrapped into ETFs. The Dynamic iShares ETFs invest in corresponding, "underlying" Dynamic mutual funds that are only available to iShares and are not accessible to the general public, according to a NBF research note.

Straus wrote in a note. Manulife has taken yet a different approach. As such, the ETF platform is headed in a different direction than the company's actively managed mutual funds, says Krista Matheson, head of ETFs and structured products at Manulife Investments. It will also open the door to providing a product that is widely used by licensed securities advisers. Matheson says Manulife decided against launching back then so that it could study launching alternative investment products that didn't include a passive investment strategy.

Despite these industry initiatives, the majority of assets are still moving to low-cost and broad-based passive ETFs, says Mr. This wasn't the first time TD has entered the marketplace. It first launched ETFs back in , but exited the business in owing to low trading volumes.

But the company didn't want to stand idly by given the demand now being seen in the marketplace for additional investing options.


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