ETF TV, Julie Cane, Democracy Investments discusses her journey from naval aviator to democracy ETF

Press Release London January 19, 2023, ETF TV episode #128 Julie Cane, CEO, Managing Partner at Democracy Investments discusses her journey from naval aviator to democracy ETF with Margareta Hricova and Deborah Fuhr on ETF TV. #Press Play

The Democracy International ETF (ticker DMCY) is listed on the NYSE. The fund is designed to track the Democracy International Index which covers large and mid-cap companies in global markets ex United States allocating more into democracies and away from authoritarian countries. The index uses data from the Economist’s Democracy Index and its score on countries with investable stock markets.

During the week of January 9th, 20 new ETFs were listed and there were 12 new cross-listings.

Issuers included: BlackRock, Evolve ETFs, Global X ETFs, Guotai Asset Management, Hanwha Asset Management, Harvest Fund Management, HSBC ETFs, HuaAn Funds, Huatai-PineBridge Fund Management, Hypatia Capital Management, KraneShares, Matthews Asia, Mega Securities, Retireful, Samsung Asset Management, Tabula, United States Commodity Funds, Yinhua Fund Management

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