John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF company info

What does John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF do?
John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF (NYSEARCA:JHMD) focuses on providing investors with access to a broad range of developed international market stocks. It employs a multifactor investment strategy, aiming to capture long-term capital appreciation by selecting stocks based on factors such as size, value, profitability, and momentum. The ETF seeks to balance risk and reward while providing diversification across various sectors and countries outside of the U.S. Its objective is to outperform traditional market-cap-weighted international indices over time, offering an investment solution for those looking to expand their portfolio internationally.
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Is John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF employ?

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Employees
526

What sector is John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF?

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Head Office
Boston, United States

What year was John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2016
What does John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF specialise in?
/International Investing /Equity Fund /Developed Markets /Diversified Holdings /Risk Management /Investment Services

What are the products and/or services of John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF?

Overview of John Hancock Multifactor Developed International ETF offerings
Global equity exposure, focusing on developed markets outside of the U.S. to diversify investment portfolio.
Factor-based investing strategy, emphasizing factors like size, value, momentum for potential higher returns.
Risk management strategy, aiming at reducing volatility and improving risk-adjusted returns.
Currency risk management, attempting to minimize the negative impact of currency fluctuations on returns.
Dividend-paying stocks emphasis, targeting companies that provide potential income through dividends.
Sustainability consideration, integrating ESG factors into investment decisions to promote responsible investing.