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Tyler Mordy

Tyler Mordy

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Tyler is regarded as a leading expert in the burgeoning field of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and writes an influential, bi-monthly publication called ETFocus. He is a recognized innovator in the design and application of actively-managed ETF portfolios. Tyler expertise is widely acknowledged, and he has been interviewed by several notable publications including The Wall Street Journal's - Smart Money and City Wire - Guide To Exchange Traded Funds.

Tyler Mordy is a portfolio manager and Director of Research at HAHN Investment. Since joining the firm in February 2003, he has made key contributions in the development of the firm's proprietary portfolio systems. A member of the HAHN Investment Committee, he is engaged in top-down strategy, investment policy and securities selection.

Previously, Tyler began his career at Deutsche Asset Management in London, UK. He earned his bachelor's degree in both Mathematics and English Literature at the University of British Columbia. Mr. Mordy is a CFA charterholder.

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