Unlike the vast majority of balanced funds that invest in traditional equities and government bonds, this fund targets cash flow-generating assets that provide tangible benefits, particularly for income seekers.
Signature High Income
High Yield Bond34.4%
Source: Signature Global Asset Management, as of June 30, 2018. 2For illustrative purposes only.
The fund’s income-generating assets help provide:
The Signature team expects to earn about 2–3 times more yield than 10-year Canadian government bonds over the next few years with half the volatility of equity markets. And, when looking at the amount of yield provided to investors per unit of risk, this fund is very compelling relative to other prominent income-oriented asset classes.
- Focused on cash flow-generating assets allowing for a predictable distribution yield of 6%
- Globally diversified to uncover the most attractive income opportunities
- Signature’s fundamental specialist model of over 50 investment professionals means you get expert coverage of each asset class
Fund Size$7.3 billion
Inception DateJuly 31, 20011
12 Mth Dist. Yield6.8%1
Through exposure to asset classes like real estate and infrastructure across geographies, the fund can act as an excellent complement to your existing positions based on its lower correlation and downside protection relative to broad-based North American indexes.
|1 Year||3 Year||5 Year||10 Year||Since Inception||Inception Date|
|Signature High Income Fund – Class A||0.91%||2.11%||4.77%||5.60%||8.46%||1996-12-31|
|Signature High Income Fund – Class F||1.44%||2.68%||5.35%||6.17%||8.43%||2001-07-31|
Source: Morningstar Direct, as of June 30, 2018.