1 Distributions should not be confused with “yield” or “income”, and are not intended to reflect a fund’s investment performance or rate of return. Distributions may be comprised of income, capital gains or return of capital. The distribution rate on units held by an investor may be greater than the return on the fund’s investments. If the cash distributions paid to an investor are greater than the net increase in the value of the investment, the distribution will erode the value of the original investment. Distributions are automatically reinvested in additional units of the applicable fund unless the investor instructs us to distribute cash. If necessary, a fund will make an additional distribution of income and capital gains in December of each year. The funds may make additional distributions of income, capital gains or return of capital at any other time as we consider appropriate. A distribution of capital is not immediately taxable to an investor but will reduce the adjusted cost basis of the investor’s units. There can be no assurance that a fund will make any distributions in any particular month, and we reserve the right to adjust the amount of monthly distribution if we consider it appropriate, without notice.
2 On May 24, 2019 the Sun Life Opportunistic Fixed Income Fund, previously the Sun Life Multi-Strategy Return Fund, changed its name and underwent a change in investment objective to seek exposure to diverse global fixed income strategies; it is structured as an alternative mutual fund. The sub-advisor assumed portfolio management responsibilities at that time. On February 26, 2020, the Sun Life Opportunistic Fixed Income Fund was renamed to Sun Life Opportunistic Fixed Income Private Pool.
3 On May 31, 2019 the Sun Life Real Assets Fund, previously the Sun Life Infrastructure Fund changed its name and underwent a change in investment objective. On February 26, 2020, the name was changed to Sun Life Real Assets Private Pool.