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$9.8536
CAD
Net asset value per security (NAVPS) as of January 21, 2022
Decrease $-0.0762 -0.77%
Benchmark

S&P Global Infrastructure

Fund category

Global Infrastructure Equity

MorningstarTM Rating

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Funds in category

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Mutual fund categories are maintained by the Canadian Investment Funds Standards Committee (CIFSC).

 

Portfolio analysis

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Performance analysis (as of December 31, 2021)

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3-YEAR RISK MEASURES (as of December 31, 2021)

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  • Standard deviation is a measure of volatility; it shows how broadly returns have varied over a given time period. Generally, a high standard deviation implies greater volatility.
  • Sharpe ratio combines a risk measurement and a return measurement into a single number to determine a fund's risk-adjusted return. A higher value is better.
  • R2: reflects the percentage of a portfolio's movements that can be explained by movements in its benchmark. It is measured on a scale of 0-100.
  • Alpha measures the difference between a fund's return and its benchmark, taking into account volatility (beta). An alpha of 1 means a fund outperformed its benchmark by 1%; -1 means the fund underperformed by 1%.
  • Beta measures the movement of a fund in relation to its benchmark. A beta over 1 means price moves are greater (up or down) than the benchmark's; below 1 means less extreme price moves; 1 means it moves in step with its benchmark.

Current value of a $10,000 investment

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Investment management approach

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 41 years – public and corporate pension schemes, sub-advisory investors, foundations and endowments, wealth managers, private banks and investment intermediaries included.

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Overview

Investment objective

The Fund’s investment objectives are to provide long-term capital appreciation and inflation protection while also generating income by primarily investing in equity securities of companies located anywhere in the world that own or operate sustainable infrastructure assets, or benefit from the development of sustainable infrastructure assets. The Fund focuses on investing in sustainable infrastructure assets including but not limited to clean energy, water treatment, and food storage. The fund follows an active, forward looking, investment approach while taking into consideration Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors. The fund may invest in securities of companies of any size.

 

This Fund may be suitable for investors who:

  • seek to add exposure to a diversified portfolio of companies that own and operate sustainable infrastructure assets or benefit from the development of sustainable infrastructure assets;
  • seek income and the potential for long-term capital appreciation;
  • are long-term investors; and
  • are comfortable with medium investment risk.
 

Fund essentials

Inception date Nov 15, 2021
Min initial inv $ 500
Min additional inv $ 50
MER % N/A
Management fee % 1.95
 

Management company
SLGI Asset Management Inc.

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

Series Load
structure
Currency Fund Code
A ISC CAD 167
 

Risk profile

Risk profile: Medium
Refer to the Simplified Prospectus for greater detail.

Management team

KBI Global Investors (North America) Ltd.: 

  • Colm O’Connor,
    Senior Portfolio Manager
  • Noel O'Halloran,
    Chief Investment Officer
  • Martin Conroy, CFA,
    Potfolio Manager;
 

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