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Sun Life Global Dividend Private Pool F

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KBI Global Investors (North America) Ltd. (“KBI”)

KBI is an Irish domiciled and incorporated company, which is registered as an investment adviser with the SEC (US) and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of KBI Global Investors Ltd. (“KBIGI”), an institutional asset manager headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. Established in 1980, KBIGI has been managing assets for institutional clients for 39 years – public and corporate pension schemes, sub-advisory investors, foundations and endowments, wealth managers, private banks and investment intermediaries included.

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Notes and Disclaimers

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For more details on the calculation of Morningstar star ratings or quartile rankings, please see www.morningstar.ca.

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Morningstar category averages are equal-weighted category returns. The calculation is simply the average of the returns for all the funds in a given category. The standard category average calculation is based on constituents of the category at the end of the period.

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Investment objective

The Private Pool's investment objectives are to seek to achieve a blend of dividend income and capital appreciation by primarily investing in a diversified portfolio of dividend paying equity securities of issuers located around the world or indirectly by investing in mutual funds (including exchange-traded funds) that invest in such securities.

 

This Fund may be suitable for investors who:

  • seek income and capital appreciation;
  • are medium to long term investors; and
  • are comfortable with low to medium investment risk.
 

Fund essentials

Inception date 2020-02-26
Min initial inv $ 500
Min additional inv $ 50
MER % XX
Management fee % 0.75
 

Management company
SLGI Asset Management Inc.

Sub-advisor
KBI Global Investors (North America) Ltd.

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Currency Fund Code
F NL CAD SUN465
 

Risk profile

Risk profile: Low to medium
Refer to the Simplified Prospectus for greater detail.
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Management team

KBI Global Investors (North America) Ltd.: 

  • Gareth Maher,
    Head of Portfolio Management;
  • David Hogarty,
    Senior Portfolio Manager;
  • Ian Madden,
    Senior Portfolio Manager;
  • James Collery,
    Senior Portfolio Manager;
  • Massimiliano Tondi,
    Senior Portfolio Manager;
  • John Looby,
    Senior Portfolio Manager
 
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