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      NEO Exchange

      Canada's next-generation stock exchange, founded on the principles of fairness, liquidity, transparency and efficiency.


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      NEO Connect

      A brand new FinTech distribution platform for investment products.


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      News & Announcments

      Faircourt Asset Management Inc., including President and Chief Executive Officer Charles Taerk, joined Erik Sloane, Head of Business Development, Funds & Trading at Aequitas NEO Exchange Inc., to open the market to celebrate the migration of two closed-end funds from the Toronto Stock Exchange to NEO.

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      Toronto – January 31, 2019 – The NEO Exchange (“NEO”) is proud to welcome SmartBe Wealth Inc. (“SmartBe”) to the NEO family with the launch of their debut fund, the SmartBe Global Value Momentum Trend Index ETF, which began trading on NEO today under the symbol SBEA. The fund seeks to replicate the performance of the Alpha Architect Value Momentum Trend for Canada Index, which invests primarily in Canadian, U.S. and international equity securities and/or Canadian treasury bills based on three factors: value, momentum and trend-following.

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      NEO Views

      A Simple and Overdue Solution to Improve the Canadian Investment Experience

      Historical Canadian market structure policy and convention has failed to address today’s reality: there are multiple markets in Canada that can and do trade the same public company or fund even when they are listed on the TSX. Each marketplace brings a unique focus making Canadian capital markets choice. Consider this sampling of frequently trading funds. The November trading volumes for these products are fragmented across the TSX, NEO, and other markets in Canada.
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