CI First Asset Investment Grade Bond ETF (U.S. Dollars)

Fund Overview

The Fund's investment objectives are: (i) to provide unitholders with monthly cash distributions; and (ii) to maximize total returns for unitholders consisting primarily of monthly distributions, while reducing risk and preserving capital. Under normal market conditions, the Fund will be primarily invested in investment grade bonds and investment grade debt securities.

Investor suitability
For those who:

  • want global investment grade corporate bond exposure
  • have USD to invest
  • want to receive regular monthly cash flows (if any)
  • can tolerate low risk.

Performance

 1m3m6mYTD1y2ySI
FIG.U 0.12%1.11%7.09%6.67%6.03%7.46%5.14%
Benchmark0.01%1.34%9.53%6.82%6.89%7.89%5.50%
As at: 30 Sep 2020 - Benchmark: FTSE Canada All Corporate Bond Index

 

Historical NAVs

The indicated rates of return are the historical annual compounded total returns, including changes in unit value and do not take into account sales, redemption or optional charges or income taxes payable by a security holder that would have reduced returns.


FTSE Canada All Corporate Bond Index is comprised primarily of investment-grade corporate bonds issued domestically and denominated in Canadian dollars (CAD). The Index is used as a benchmark to help you understand the Fund`s performance relative to the general performance of high grade Canadian corporate bonds.

Key Facts

Fund Characteristics

Weighted Average Duration7.17
Weighted Average Term to Maturity10.46
Weighted Average Coupon % *2.91
Weighted Average Yield to Maturity %1.78
Weighted Average Current Yield % *2.67
Cash and Equivalents %3.40
As at 30 Sep, 2020
* Corporate and government bonds only.

Rating Summary (%) *

AAA4.80
AA10.30
A22.20
BBB60.80
BB1.90
As at 30 Sep, 2020
* Corporate and government bonds only.

Number of securities: 300

Asset Allocation

Security Type%
Corporate Bond52.59%
Foreign Bond23.85%
Government Bond21.68%
Currency Security1.86%
Future0.03%

Top Holdings

NameSecurity TypeISINTicker %
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA - 2.75% (01/12/2048) Government BondCA135087D358 CAN 5.76
U S TREASURY BOND - 1.25% (15/05/2050) Government BondUS912810SN90 T 3.97
U S TREASURY NOTE - 2.88% (15/05/2028) Government BondUS9128284N73 T 3.79
U S TREASURY BOND - 1.38% (15/08/2050) Government BondUS912810SP49 WIT 1.72
HUSKY ENERGY INC - 3.50% (07/02/2028) Corporate BondCA448055AS21 HSECN 1.55
CO-OPERATORS FINL SVCS LTD - 3.33% (13/05/2030) Corporate BondCA18976JAC41 COOPFS 1.48
THOMSON REUTERS CORP - 2.24% (14/05/2025) Corporate BondCA884903BW40 TRICN 1.12
OMERS FINANCE TR - 1.55% (21/04/2027) Government BondCAC68012AD21 1.12
TORONTO DOMINION BANK - 3.11% (22/04/2030) Corporate BondCA89117FWS42 TD 1.10
AVIVA PLC - 4.00% (02/10/2030) Foreign BondCAG06871AA82 AVLN 0.98

As at: 30 September 2020
Holdings are subject to change

22.59%

Distributions

Distribution details (.csv)

Twelve month trailing distribution yield : 2.82% (as at 23 Oct 2020)

FIG.UTotalCashReinvestedEligible dividendsNon eligible dividendsOther incomeCapital GainsReturn of capitalForeign IncomeForeign tax paid
SI$0.84080$0.84080---$0.17292$0.14737$0.05523$0.21717-
2020 +$0.24800$0.24800--------
26-Oct$0.02480$0.02480--------
24-Sep$0.02480$0.02480--------
25-Aug$0.02480$0.02480--------
27-Jul$0.02480$0.02480--------
24-Jun$0.02480$0.02480--------
25-May$0.02480$0.02480--------
24-Apr$0.02480$0.02480--------
25-Mar$0.02480$0.02480--------
24-Feb$0.02480$0.02480--------
27-Jan$0.02480$0.02480--------
2019 +$0.29520$0.29520----$0.14737$0.05523$0.09249-
23-Dec$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
25-Nov$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
25-Oct$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
24-Sep$0.02240$0.02240----$0.01119$0.00419$0.00702-
26-Aug$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
25-Jul$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
24-Jun$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
27-May$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
24-Apr$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
25-Mar$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
22-Feb$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
25-Jan$0.02480$0.02480----$0.01238$0.00464$0.00777-
2018 +$0.29760$0.29760---$0.17292--$0.12468-
21-Dec$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
26-Nov$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
25-Oct$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
24-Sep$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
27-Aug$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
25-Jul$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
25-Jun$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
25-May$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
24-Apr$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
23-Mar$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
22-Feb$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-
25-Jan$0.02480$0.02480---$0.01441--$0.01039-

(1) Future distribution dates may be amended at any time. (2) Reinvested distributions are not paid in cash but instead remain invested in the Fund. To recognize that these distributions have been allocated to investors for tax purposes the amounts of these distributions should be added to the adjusted cost base of the units held. (3) The characterization of distributions for tax purposes (such as dividends/other income/capital gains etc.) will not be known for certain until after the Fund's tax year end. Therefore investors will be informed of the characterization of the amounts distributed for tax purposes only for the entire year and not with each distribution. For tax purposes these amounts will be reported by brokers on official tax statements.

News

11 Apr 2018 Tide turns for bonds - volatility brings the spotlight back to fixed income Special to The Globe and Mail | Dianne Maley
23 Feb 2018 Actively managed ETFs just keep getting hotter The Globel and Mail | Clare O'Hara

Documents

5 Oct, 2020 - ETF Facts

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Proxy voting record for the most recent year:

30 Jun, 2020 - Proxy Voting Record

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