- Management team
- Management team
- Joseph Skorski, Portfolio Manager
As of July 20, 2020, Sun Life Global Investments (Canada) Inc. changed its name to SLGI Asset Management Inc. It will take some time to update our websites, materials and forms and until that is complete, all references to Sun Life Global Investments (Canada) Inc. will mean SLGI Asset Management Inc. We’ve also brought together Sun Life mutual fund, segregated fund, annuity and guaranteed investment product businesses under the collective brand of Sun Life Global Investments.
MSCI AC World C$ IndexFund category
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|Emg markets equity||0.3|
|Global equity sectors* as ofFebruary 28, 2021||%|
|Top ten holdings as of February 28, 2021||%|
|Alphabet Inc A||5.3|
|Alibaba Group Holding Ltd Ordinary Shares||3.4|
|Accenture PLC Class A||2.4|
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||2.3|
|Boston Scientific Corp||1.9|
Cash and cash equivalents are not shown.
The Sun Life MFS Global Growth Class invests directly in units of the Sun Life MFS Global Growth Fund (the "underlying Trust Fund"). The portfolio analysis section is representative of the underlying Trust Fund.
*Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS).
|Total assets $M||29.4||24.3||13.0||8.8||5.6||3.5||2.8||2.0||0.8||-||-|
|Fund return %||4.8||17.0||27.3||2.2||21.1||-0.2||15.8||11.8||13.7||-||-|
|Category return %||5.7||12.5||19.3||-4.5||13.6||3.3||11.9||9.9||-||-||-|
|Quartile (within category)||3||1||1||1||1||3||2||2||-||-||-|
|Trailing||1 month1 mth||3 month3 mth||6 month6 mth||1 yr||2 yr||3 yr||5 yr||10 yr||Since inception|
|Fund return %||2.9||6.0||15.1||27.9||15.1||15.7||15.6||-||14.4|
|Category return %||2.1||5.8||18.4||29.4||11.3||10.1||11.0||-||-|
|MorningstarTM rating||-||-||-||-||-||★★★★★ Rated 5 out of 5 stars.||★★★★ Rated 4 out of 5 stars.||-||-|
|Quartile (within category)||1||3||3||2||1||1||1||-||-|
|# of funds in category||2241||2219||2186||2068||2004||1692||1224||-||-|
*For the period August 01 to December 31.
Returns for funds less than 1 year old cannot be displayed.
|Standard deviation (fund)||12.06||Sharpe ratio||1.16||Alpha||4.28|
|Standard deviation (category)||14.09||R2||93.26||Beta||0.89|
|Standard deviation (fund)||12.06|
|Standard deviation (category)||14.09|
The calculator generates an approximate rate of return using performance information as at the first business day of each month in your chosen time frame. Returns for funds less than 1 year old cannot be displayed. The default settings invest $10,000 on the inception date of the fund, with an end date of January in the current year. For informational purposes, the initial investment amount and time frame can be adjusted according to your preference.
MFS Investment Management
MFS has guided investors through every market condition imaginable. From the highest highs to the lowest lows, the firm has spent decades refining its investment process according to four key principles: work from the bottom up, take a global perspective, collaborate, and manage risk.
Bottom up. MFS believes detailed fundamental analysis of individual companies is the cornerstone of successful investing.
Global. Analysts in many of the world's major financial centers scour the globe for opportunities.
Collaborative. MFS believes ideas improve when they're carefully reviewed and constantly challenged.
Risk managed. Risk management is intrinsic to MFS' entire investment process.
MFS Investment Management joined forces with McLean Budden in Canada in November 2011. The two firms have 150 years of investing history between them. Now with a unified commitment to fundamental and balanced research from all corners of the globe, MFS is looking forward to 150 more.
NOTE: This Fund is a class of mutual fund shares of Sun Life Global Investments Corporate Class Inc.
The Fund's investment objective is to seek capital appreciation through exposure to primarily equity securities of issuers located anywhere in the world that are considered to have above-average earnings growth potential compared to other issuers by investing primarily in units of Sun Life MFS Global Growth Fund or its successor fund (the "underlying Trust Fund").
|Inception date||Aug 1, 2013|
|Min initial inv $||500|
|Min additional inv $||50|
|MER % as at December 31, 2020||2.27|
|Management fee %||1.80|
|Distributions||A distribution may be applicable for this fund. Refer to Simplified Prospectus for more detail.|
SLGI Asset Management Inc.
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Sun Life Global Investments is a trade name of SLGI Asset Management Inc., Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, and Sun Life Financial Trust Inc., all of which are members of the Sun Life group of companies.
SLGI Asset Management Inc. is the investment manager of the Sun Life family of mutual funds; Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada is the issuer of guaranteed insurance contracts including Annuities, and Segregated Funds. Sun Life Financial Trust Inc. is the issuer of Guaranteed Investment Certificates.