ETFs

Prerna Chandak

Vice President of ETF Product & Strategy,

Mackenzie Investments

About Prerna

Prerna Chandak, vice president of ETF Product and Strategy, is responsible for supporting the development and execution of the overall ETF business strategy inclusive of product strategy and related high priority initiatives. She leads cross-functional engagement with key internal partners and fosters partnerships with external stakeholders. Prior to joining Mackenzie Investments, Ms. Chandak held several positions within ETF capital markets, product development, and product management at an international investment company. She most recently led the investment product management team for their Canadian business.

Prerna's Videos

Generating income in today's record low interest rate world is becoming increasingly challenging for investors. In this discussion, Mark Bunting, Host of Uncommon Sense Investor will be joined by panelist from Mackenzie Investments and Horizons ETFs to share their thoughts on how to generate income from investment portfolios in today's low rate, low-income environment.
Join us as leaders from Women in ETFs discuss the trends that are shaping the ETF industry. Women in ETFs is an organization that brings together over 6,100 members, including women and men, in 22 chapters in major financial centers across the United States, Canada, EMEA, and Asia Pacific. The panelists will discuss the trends that have driven the ETF industry in 2020 to a record level of assets and net inflows and their outlook for 2021.
When the Bank of Canada dropped interest rates to 0.25% in 2009, it was supposed to be a temporary post-recession stimulus measure. But here we are, on the doorstep of 2021, and still facing low yields. What are the options for investors seeking income? Moderated by Sandra Martin, editor-in-chief of MoneySense, this session gives you access to experts from Horizons, Mackenzie Investments, and TD Asset Management.
Over the past decade, the ETF industry has seen exponential growth in the number of ETFs available and in total assets, fueled by an expanding base of investors incorporating ETFs into their portfolios. ETFs can have varying tax impacts on an investor's portfolio, depending on country of listing, structure of the ETF, and the investor account type. Join Prerna Chandak of Mackenzie Investments to learn more about key tax considerations in using ETFs and how best to optimize your portfolio.
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