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- Concentrated portfolio of up to 35 companies
- Only own dividend paying businesses
- Quarterly tax-efficient income
The Canadian Dividend Growth Strategy invests in a focused portfolio of Canadian companies in order to deliver long-term capital appreciation for investors. The strategy will invest primarily in dividend paying companies. The objective of the strategy is to manage portfolio risk while achieving above average long-term returns through capital growth and dividend income.
The strategy will be to actively manage a concentrated portfolio of no more than 35 holdings, comprised of small, medium, and large cap Canadian companies, all of which are dividend paying stocks. The risks associated with pursuing the portfolio objectives will be mitigated through sector diversification and limitations on position size within the portfolio.
TOP 10 HOLDINGS
- iShares S&P/TSX 60 Index
- Toronto Dominion Bank
- Bank of Nova Scotia
- Vermilion Energy
- ARC Resources
- Bank of Montreal
- Power Financial
- Intact Financial
- Magna International
- CI Financial
Data as of May, 2017
Legal Structure: Open-end investment fund
Unit Pricing: CDN $
Trustee: CIBC Mellon Trust company
Legal: Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
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