WOMN - BMO Women In Leadership Fund

Portfolio Strategy

The BMO Women in Leadership Fund (WOMN) ETF invests in North American equities that have both or either 25% representation of women on the board of directors or a female Chief Executive Officer.

Benefits

  • Designed for investors looking for long-term capital growth
  • Allows investors to align their investments with their personal principles to address a social challenge
  • Professionally managed by BMO Global Asset Management

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