With growing political opposition to the RBC/HSBC deal being approved, we provide an 8-minute video with Rob Wessel discussing the implications of rising political and regulatory risk for the Canadian banks, a theme that has been growing over the years. In particular, we talk about the implications to RBC if the deal is not approved, the various forms of regulatory risk, and what this theme means for Canadian bank investors.
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|ETF Name||Ticker||Indicated Yield
|Hamilton Enhanced Canadian Bank ETF||HCAL||8.36%||Growth (25% leverage) + income|
|Hamilton Canadian Bank Equal-Weight Index ETF||HEB||5.58%||Growth + income; lower fee|
|Hamilton Canadian Bank Mean Reversion Index ETF||HCA||6.01%||Growth + income|
|Hamilton Enhanced Canadian Financials ETF||HFIN||6.96%||Growth (25% leverage) + income|
|Hamilton Canadian Financials Yield Maximizer ETF||HMAX||15.82%||Income|
 An estimate of the annualized yield an investor would receive if the monthly distribution remained unchanged for the next 12 months, stated as a percentage of the net asset value per unit on September 29, 2023.
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