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.

Sun Life Money Market Class Series O

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The Sun Life Money Market Class invests directly in units of the Sun Life Money Market Fund (the "underlying Trust Fund").  The portfolio analysis section is representative of the underlying Trust Fund.

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NOTE: This Fund is a class of mutual fund shares of SLGI Asset Management Inc. Corporate Class Inc.

Investment objective

The Fund's investment objective is to seek to achieve a high level of current income while seeking to protect capital and to maintain liquidity through exposure to primarily Canadian dollar-denominated money market instruments by investing primarily in units of Sun Life Money Market Fund or its successor fund (the "underlying Trust Fund").

 

This Fund may be suitable for investors who:

  • are conservative and income oriented
  • have a shorter investment time horizon
  • are comfortable with low investment risk
 

Fund essentials

Inception date April 1, 2014
Min initial inv $ 500
Min additional inv $ 50
MER % audited as at December 31, 2016 0.55
Management fee % 1.00
Distributions A distribution may be applicable for this fund. Refer to Simplified Prospectus for more detail.
 

Portfolio manager
SLGI Asset Management Inc. 

 
Class Load structure Currency Fund Code
O ISC CAD SUNO5107
 

Risk profile

Risk profile: Low
Refer to the Simplified Prospectus for greater detail.
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Investment management approach

MFS Investment Management

MFS Investment Management 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.

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