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BMO changes names and strategies of two ETFs

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BMO Asset Management Corp is no longer acting as sub-advisor to the BMO Canadian Tactical ETF Class and BMO Global Tactical ETF Class. 

BMO Asset Management Inc will remain as portfolio manager for these funds, with their strategies changing  to focus on lower volatility securities. 

On or about 16 November, 2015, the funds will change their names to BMO Canadian Low Volatility ETF Class and BMO Global Low Volatility ETF Class, respectively, to align more closely with the revised strategies.

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