ETF segregated funds

Built to help investors achieve their goals by combining the investment advantages of ETFs with the insurance benefits available with segregated fund contracts.

Better together: Manulife Smart ETFs available in segregated fund contracts

Exchange traded funds (ETFs) have been steadily gaining popularity with Canadians,1 appealing to investors interested in their attractive pricing and ability to help diversify a portfolio. Manulife Smart ETF segregated funds provide an efficient, effective way to combine ETF features with segregated fund contract benefits.  

Book a meeting with a member of the Manulife Investment Management sales team to discuss

  1. How ETF segregated funds can complement an investor’s portfolio
  2. What’s unique about Manulife Smart ETF segregated funds
  3. Estate planning strategies using ETF segregated fund contracts

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1 Source: Investor Economics, Insurance Advisory Service—Canada, April 2021.

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All funds are actively managed and seek to deliver a higher yield than the broad market index or passively managed ETFs, and all are available with GIF Select InvestmentPlus and MPIP Segregated Pools.


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