Look below for where Emerge has been in the news!
January 6, 2023
Women Rarely Manage ETFs. Meet the Team Looking to Change That.
” The $6.5 trillion US ETF industry boomed in 2022 as innovative product debuts and market volatility fueled a near-record number of launches. But the fanfare revealed a major flaw in the space: the lack of women helming the funds.
Emerge and the EMPWR portfolio managers were interviewed by Bloomberg Reporter, Peyton Forte.
September 15, 2022
New ESG Funds “Emerge” from Canadian Firm with Links to ARK Invest
“Let’s take a closer look at Emerge EMPWR’s new funds, including the Unified Sustainable Equity fund, Sustainable Dividend Equity fund, Sustainable Select Growth Equity fund, and Sustainable Emerging Markets Equity fund”
Emerge EMPWR ETFs were featured in Real Money by reporter Mark Abssy.
September 15, 2022
Emerge debuts three sustainable equity ETFs in the US
“Emerge notes that women investment portfolio managers are underutilized and underrepresented in the finance industry, and rules intended to support minorities may actually make it more difficult for women portfolio managers to own equity in smaller businesses. EMPWR seeks to break down these barriers by supporting exceptional women in portfolio management.”
ETFStrategy.com wrote about Emerge’s Launch of the EMPWR ETFs, reported on by James Lord.
September 7, 2022
Emerge Capital’s Lisa Langley Shines Light on Women Portfolio Managers
“Everyone being unaware of this inequity, just ask your clients, “Are you interested in strategies that are managed by women portfolio managers?” At some point in their career and their lives, 90 percent of women are going to be making the investment decisions on portfolios, either due to career, family, separation, divorce, death. One of these reasons is going to be the trigger for them.”
ETF.com: ETF Working Lunch
February 14, 2023
Lisa Langley and Catherine Avery discuss the values and goals behind Emerge’s lineup of all-women fund managers.
“It was important for us to send that industry message, which I believe we did, and now we’re trying to follow up on it so we can prove our case. That women can run ETF strategies, that sustainability works and does not impact or take away from performance, and that we can gather assets, so we’re on a mission to prove these three things.”