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NEO Connect Welcomes Stone Asset Management PTF

Toronto, September 10, 2019 – NEO is pleased to announce that Stone Asset Management Limited (“SAM”) will utilize the NEO Connect platform to distribute Series PTFTM of the Stone Dividend Growth Class fund.   NEO Connect is accessible to all investors, asset managers and their dealers who want more efficient and lower cost transactions in assets not listed on a stock exchange. The Stone Dividend Growth Class PTF is now available under the symbol SAMDG.

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CI First Asset Launches Debut ETF on NEO

Toronto – September 17, 2019 – NEO is pleased to announce that CI First Asset MSCI World ESG Impact ETF begins trading today on the NEO Exchange, a progressive stock exchange bringing together investors and capital raisers within a fair, transparent and innovative marketplace. The ETF, which is trading under the symbols CESG and CESG.B, is the first ETF from CI First Asset Exchange Traded Funds (“CI First Asset”), a division of CI Investments Inc., to list with NEO.  It is also their first ESG-focused fund.

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Time to Break the Canadian Index Monopoly

Effective benchmarks are a critical for the Canadian capital markets. And their governance is important as recognized by IOSCO. At NEO, we have witnessed first-hand the issues that can occur when a benchmark administrator has commercial interests that conflict with the interests of investors and public companies. It leads to anti-competitive behaviour.

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