Rob Wessel appeared on BNN this morning to talk about the Canadian banks. Rob discussed the implications to the Canadian bank profitability from the earnings reported by the U.S. large-cap financials thus far. He also talked about the firm’s new ETF, the Hamilton Capital Canadian Bank Variable-Weight ETF (HCB) as a vehicle to gain exposure to mean reversion, one of the most popular themes in Canadian…
On October 2, 2018, Hamilton Capital and its partners joined the TMX Group to open the market to launch Hamilton Capital Canadian Bank Variable-Weight ETF (HCB;TSX). HCB commenced trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on October 1, 2018.
On October 3, 2017, Hamilton Capital, and its partners, joined the TMX Group to open the market to launch Hamilton Capital U.S. Mid-Cap Financials ETF (USD) (HFMU.U;TSX). HFMU.U commenced trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on September 5, 2017.
On February 8, 2017, Hamilton Capital, and its partners, joined Dani Lipkin, Head, Business Development, Exchange Traded Funds, Closed-End Funds, and Structured Notes, TMX Group to open the market to launch Hamilton Capital Global Financials Yield ETF (HFY;TSX). HFY commenced trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on February 7, 2017.
Today, we hosted a fireside chat with three of the Big-6 Canadian bank CEOs at Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York Hotel. The conversation centered around the banks’ international platforms, discussing everything from their differing capital deployment strategies to their outlooks for their foreign platforms over the next decade.
Today, we hosted “The Future of Canadian Financial Services – A Mid-Cap Perspective” at One King West’s Grand Banking Hall in Toronto. We held a fireside chat with three CEOs of Canadian financial services companies to discuss the most important fundamental and macro themes facing the financials and markets in Canada.
Today, we hosted “A Conversation on the Future of Canadian Financial Services” at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto. We presented and held a fireside chat with three current and former Canadian financial services CEOs to discuss the most important fundamental and macro themes facing the financials and markets.
Today, we hosted our annual outlook presentation at One King West in Toronto, where we discussed the most important fundamental and macro themes facing the financials and markets.
The Financial Post featured Hamilton Capital portfolio managers in “Earnings growth will fuel global financials” today.
Click here to view “How to play the recovery in financials” in the Financial Post.
Over the past few years, the Canadian banks have been praised for avoiding the worst of the global financial crisis. This success is firmly rooted in public policy (and good management) since, for much of the past century, Canadian policy makers – i.e., governments and regulators – sought to create a very powerful and Canadian-controlled banking system. Click to Download»
Europe’s current sovereign debt crisis bears many similarities to the recent U.S. Credit Crisis. Both crises involve(d) two roughly $14 trillion dollar economies weakened under the weight of too much leverage, particularly within the financial system. Both have seen central bankers provide unprecedented monetary accommodation as they struggle for ways to support economic growth. What’s more, bank stocks have acted in both cases as a daily…