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HSBC Global Asset Management (Canada) Limited

We are a major global investment firm managing assets totaling USD 446.4 billion at the end of June 2017. Our capabilities span across all the main asset classes – equities, fixed income, multi-asset and liquidity — in developed and emerging markets. We service clients from some of the largest institutional investors to retail and private banking clients, intermediaries, commercial and corporate customers.

Our core investment belief is that good governance – clear investment beliefs and well-executed process – is the key to delivering long-term value to our customers. We believe there is a strong link between governance and performance in that good governance strengthens performance. Further, we aim to incorporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in our investment decisions to generate sustainable, long-term returns.

HSBC Global Asset Management employs over 2,000 staff in 26 countries. All of our investment teams share a common philosophy and are well placed to deliver a globally-consistent, disciplined, investment process. We fully leverage the local knowledge and expertise of our 600+ investment professionals around the world and connect them to the global investment platform for each of our major capabilities.

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Factor Attribution: exposure where exposure is due
Factor Investing: pure and simple
Multi-factor investing and ESG – clarity is key
Factor-based investing: One philosophy, several ways to implement - Feb 2017

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Canada Outlook - October 2017

After advancing for eight straight months, Canada’s economic growth was flat in July. Slower growth was not unexpected. We view the recent slowdown as evidence that Canada’s economy is downshifting to a more sustainable pace.

Rising Rates/Xavier Baraton