Harbor Capital Advisors Launches Long-Term Growers ETF

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Harbor Long-Term Growers ETF (WINN) is a transparent, actively managed strategy that seeks long-term growth of capital and is managed by Jennison Associates (Jennison).
“We recognize that there is demand for a growth offering that is transparent, convenient, and familiar for the current generation of investors and highly relevant for the next generation,” said Charles F. McCain, CEO. “We are excited to extend our partnership with Jennison and bring this new option to market for advisers and retail investors seeking long-term growth of capital.”

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After years of working towards transparency, the US Securities and Exchange Commission granted approval to several different semi-transparent ETF models in 2019, and the first of these products began trading in the spring and summer of 2020.


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