Kevin O’Leary Rings NYSE Opening Bell® to Celebrate Launch of Smart Beta ETF “OUSA”
O’Shares Chairman Kevin O’Leary and O’Shares CEO Connor O’Brien ring the NYSE Opening Bell(R) to celebrate the recent launch of the O’Shares FTSE US Quality Dividend ETF (NYSE Arca: OUSA).
July 28, 2015 11:28 AM Eastern Daylight Time
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kevin O’Leary, founder of O’Shares and ABC Shark Tank host investor, rang The Opening Bell® at the New York Stock Exchange today to celebrate the recent launch of the O’Shares FTSE US Quality Dividend Exchange Traded Fund (NYSE Arca: OUSA).
In an interview published by the NYSE, Mr O’Leary spoke about his recent entry into the U.S. financial marketplace with O’Shares, his investment philosophy and the important lessons he has learned as a financial professional and entrepreneur.
NYSE Arca is the premier exchange for the listing of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs). More than 1500 ETPs are listed on NYSE Arca, representing over $2 trillion in assets under management (AUM) or 90% of the AUM of all U.S. listed ETPs.
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