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Hamilton Capital assets go over CAD1bn


Canada’s Hamilton Capital Partners Inc has announced that its total assets under management recently surpassed CAD1 billion. 

The firm’s AUM has tripled in 2021, led by the Hamilton Enhanced Canadian Bank ETF (ticker “HCAL”), the top performing Canadian bank ETF1, which rose 60.4 per cent in its first year ended October 14, 2021. This strong performance contributed to HCAL’s AUM rising to over CAD250 million, quadruple its AUM at the end of 2020.

“We are excited to reach this major milestone of CAD1 billion in AUM and are very grateful to all of our supporters, partners, and our dedicated team for making this achievement possible,” says Pat Sommerville, Partner, Head of Business Development at Hamilton ETFs. “We look forward to continued growth and success with plans to launch additional innovative ETFs to help investors achieve their goals.” 

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