Fiera Canadian Dividend Class

NXG 1938
Fund Code
Inception Date
As of 2020-06-03
Total Net Assets
(Dividend, F)
As of 2020-06-03
Canadian Equity
Asset Class
S&P/TSX Composite Total Return Index

Fund Update

10/18/19 On October 18, 2019, the sub-advisor for the fund was changed from Cidel Asset Management Inc. to Fiera Capital Corporation. Changes in the investment strategies of the fund were made because of the sub-advisor change. Portfolio allocations and performance measurement periods prior to this date are reflective of the previous investment strategy.

Fund Overview

Investment Objective

  • Seeks to provide a combination of current cash flow and long term capital growth primarily through investment in a diversified portfolio of Canadian equity securities.
  • Fiera Canadian Dividend Class pursues the investment objective primarily through investment in publicly traded Canadian equity and income trust securities.

Investment Strategy

  • The Manager focuses on owning high quality, dividend growing businesses trading at attractive valuations, with a significant focus on capital preservation. The strategy looks to own good businesses that are durable and run by management teams that have demonstrated an ability to operate efficiently and allocate capital, thereby building intrinsic value over time for investors. The portfolio construction process is based on a dynamic sizing of portfolio positions based on the level of conviction of the Portfolio Manager, the relative valuation of the stocks, and the overall risk assessment.
  • The Fund may invest up to 30% of the cost of its net assets in foreign securities.

Reasons to own the fund

  • Investors who want exposure to a core Fund that is eligible to invest primarily in Canadian equities, income trusts and other equity like securities.
  • Investors seeking long term appreciation through capital and distribution growth of the underlying portfolio and are comfortable with the risks associated with equity investments.

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