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HBNK

Horizons Equal Weight Banks Index ETF

Price
$20.75
$-0.07
-0.34%
NAV
$20.8369
$0.1255
0.61%

Benchmark

Sector Equity

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SPAY

Horizons Short-Term U.S. Treasury Premium Yield ETF

Price
$26.98
$-0.04
-0.15%
NAV
$27.0189
$0.0754
0.28%

Active

Fixed Income

Fact Sheet
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CASH

Horizons High Interest Savings ETF

Price
$50.13
$0.01
0.02%
NAV
$50.1224
$0.0262
0.05%

Benchmark

Fixed Income

Fact Sheet
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Frequently Asked Questions

All of Horizons Corporate Class ETFs are TSX-listed ETFs and can be purchased or sold through an advisor or in your self-directed brokerage account.

The Horizons ETFs are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange pursuant to prospectuses filed with Canadian regulators, in accordance with Canadian securities laws and regulations. None of the exchange traded funds managed by Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc. are regulated by nor registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), or with any other foreign regulatory body. Generally, non-residents of Canada, including U.S. residents, may invest through a local broker in their jurisdiction that has facilities for directly or indirectly executing orders on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

However, at no time may non-residents of Canada be the beneficial owners of a majority of the Units of any one of our ETFs. If at any point the Manager expects or believes that more than 40% of the Units of an ETF are beneficially held by non-residents, the Manager may elect to send notice to one or more such non-resident holders requiring them to sell all or a portion of their units of such ETF within a stated period of time. If such Units have not been sold within the stated period of time, the Manager will suspend the voting and distribution rights associated with those Units and sell the Units on the holders behalf. The rights of affected holders in such instance are limited to receiving the net proceeds of the sale of such Units.

“ETF” stands for exchange traded fund, which, like a regular mutual fund, may invest in an underlying basket of assets such as stocks, bonds, currencies, options or commodities. Unlike regular mutual funds, however, the units of ETFs trade on a stock exchange just like common stock. This means that pricing is transparent and ETF units can be bought and sold throughout the regular trading day.

ETFs are flexible investment tools designed to be used by both individual and institutional investors. As a basket of investments, ETFs offer the diversification of mutual funds, but typically at a fraction of their cost.