Franklin Templeton Investments

Franklin Templeton Investments

Franklin Templeton Investments is a global investment firm and holding company.

Franklin Templeton Investments is a global investment firm and holding company that is headquartered in New York City, New York and was founded in 1947 by Rupert H. Johnson, Sr. The company offers investors investment solutions for those people looking to invest for individual retirement, education savings, small business retirement plans, and charitable giving. They offer several investment vehicles which include mutual funds, ETF's, separately managed accounts, and private funds.

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United States

Franklin Templeton Investments offers 99 mutual fund investment funds for its American customers. The company also offers ETF's separately managed accounts, and private funds.

Canada

Franklin Templeton Investments offers its Canadian customers access to the following investment funds: Franklin Bissett Core Plus Bond Fund, Templeton Global Bond Fund, Franklin Bissett Canadian Equity Fund, Franklin Quotential Balanced Growth Corporate Class Portfolio, Franklin Liberty Canadian Investment Grade Corporate ETF (FLCI), Franklin Liberty Senior Loan ETF (CAD-Hedged)(FLSL), Franklin LibertyQT U.S. Equity Index ETF (FLUS), and Franklin Liberty Global Aggregate Bond ETF (CAD-Hedged) (FLGA).

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Danny Crichton
March 17, 2020
TechCrunch
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Tova Cohen
November 13, 2018
U.S.
Franklin Templeton Investments entered the $67 billion Israeli retail market on Tuesday after the government allowed foreign firms to offer offshore products directly to investors.

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