FÉRIQUE Global Sustainable Development Bond Fund
The Fund aims to provide income and, to a lesser extent, long-term capital appreciation. The Fund invests, directly or indirectly (including through investments in ETFs or other mutual funds), in a globally diversified portfolio, composed mainly of fixed income securities of governments and corporations which are used to finance projects or businesses that aim to align with the principles of sustainable development.
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- Price per share
- YTD return
- Current MER
- RRSP eligibility
Returns are shown after management fees have been deducted. FÉRIQUE Funds aim to outperform the median returns of comparable funds within their category, with reasonable risks and some of the most affordable management fees in the industry.
Year to date return
Return since inception
The asset allocation is the breakdown of all assets within the fund between asset classes, sectors of the economy or regions of the world.1
Top 10 holdings
These are the ten holdings with the greatest weighting in the fund listed as a percentage of the total assets of the fund.
|Name||Asset||Sector||Region||% of Asset|
|Ontario Province 4.05% due Februay 02, 2032|
|Ontario Province 4.05% due Februay 02, 2032||Fixed Income||Canadian Government Bonds||Canada||6.0|
|Caisse d'Amortissement de la Dette Sociale 2.13% due January 26, 2032|
|Caisse d'Amortissement de la Dette Sociale 2.13% due January 26, 2032||Fixed Income||Foreign Corporate Bonds||United States||4.1|
|KfW 0.75% due September 30, 2030|
|KfW 0.75% due September 30, 2030||Fixed Income||Foreign Government Bonds||Germany||4.1|
|European Investment Bank 1.63% due May 13, 2031|
|European Investment Bank 1.63% due May 13, 2031||Fixed Income||Foreign Government Bonds||Luxembourg||3.8|
|CPPIB Capital Inc 3.00% due June 15, 2028|
|CPPIB Capital Inc 3.00% due June 15, 2028||Fixed Income||Canadian Government Bonds||Canada||3.7|
|International Bank for Reconstruction and Development 1.25% due Februay 10, 2031|
|International Bank for Reconstruction and Development 1.25% due Februay 10, 2031||Fixed Income||Foreign Government Bonds||United States||3.5|
|South Coast BC Transport Auth 3.05% due January 04, 2025|
|South Coast BC Transport Auth 3.05% due January 04, 2025||Fixed Income||Canadian Government Bonds||Canada||3.2|
|Hydro-Quebec 2.00% due September 01, 2028|
|Hydro-Quebec 2.00% due September 01, 2028||Fixed Income||Canadian Government Bonds||Canada||2.4|
|Quebec Province 2.10% due May 27, 2031|
|Quebec Province 2.10% due May 27, 2031||Fixed Income||Canadian Government Bonds||Canada||2.3|
|Apple Inc 3.00% due June 20, 2027|
|Apple Inc 3.00% due June 20, 2027||Fixed Income||Foreign Corporate Bonds||United States||1.8|
Risks and management characteristics
We combine our expertise with outside portfolio managers that we select and closely monitor, while paying special attention to risk management.
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Columbia Threadneedle Management Limited
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- Description of Fund governance provisions
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2022 Financial Statements (Audited)
2022 Interim Financial Statements (Unaudited)
A detailed statement of the net assets, income and expenses, cash flows and investment portfolio for all FÉRIQUE Funds. An "audited" annual version is produced for the 12-month period ending December 31 of each year and approved by our FÉRIQUE Fund auditors. An "unaudited" interim version is produced for the six-month period ending June 30 of each year.
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Sources : Fundata, FERIQUE Fund Management.
1 Due to rounding, percentages may not add to 100%.
2 Commission-based Funds universe.
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