Brent Smith - Franklin Quotential Insider

F0CAN05P0Q -- Canada Fund  

CAD 15.67  0.07  0.45%

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Mr. Smith joined Franklin Templeton Investments Private Client Group in February 1996, where he is currently Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager for the Quotential Program. Prior to joining the Private Client Group, Mr. Smith spent eight years with a major Canadian Life Insurer. Mr. Smith is a graduate of the University of New Brunswick and received his Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1999.

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Fund Summary

Long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in a diversified mix of equity mutual funds, with additional stability derived from investing in income mutual funds. Franklin Quotential is traded on Toronto Stock Exchange in Canada.The fund is listed under Global Equity Balanced category and is part of Franklin Templeton Investments Corp family.

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