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Harvest Portfolios Group lists Harvest Banks & Buildings Income ETF


Harvest Portfolios Group has completed the initial offering of Class A Units of the Harvest Banks & Buildings Leaders Income ETF. 

The Class A Units of the Harvest Banks & Buildings Leaders Income ETF have begun trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) today under the ticker symbol HCBB.

The Harvest Banks & Buildings Income ETF’s investment objectives are to (generate monthly income; and maximise total returns by investing primarily in a portfolio of Banking Issuers, other Financial Issuers and real estate related companies and/or REITs listed on a recognised stock exchange in North America.

“We want to provide our Canadian investors with convenient and lower cost access to our longest running income strategy,” says Michael Kovacs, President & Chief Executive Officer of Harvest, “The new ETF is based on the Harvest Banks & Buildings Income mutual fund, a popular strategy designed in 2009, for investors seeking income and potential capital appreciation.”

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