CI Global Longevity Economy Fund

Fund Overview

The fund's objective is to obtain maximum long-term capital growth by investing primarily in equity and equity-related securities of companies throughout the world that the portfolio advisor believes are well-positioned to benefit from an ageing population, increasing life expectancy, increasing lifestyle expenditures and evolving demographic needs worldwide.

Investor suitability
For those who:

  • want a foreign equity fund for your portfolio with the potential for long-term growth
  • are investing for the medium and/or long term
  • can tolerate medium risk.

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.


Number of securities: 50

Asset Allocation

Security Type%
Foreign Stock93.20%
Common Stock6.71%
Currency Security0.08%

Top Holdings

NameSecurity TypeISINTicker %
ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LTD Foreign StockUS01609W1027 BABA US 4.32
UNITEDHEALTH GROUP INC Foreign StockUS91324P1021 UNH US 3.97
ABBOTT LABORATORIES Foreign StockUS0028241000 ABT US 3.52
AMAZON.COM INC Foreign StockUS0231351067 AMZN US 3.43
APPLE INC Foreign StockUS0378331005 AAPL US 3.28
INTUITIVE SURGICAL INC Foreign StockUS46120E6023 ISRG US 3.25
HUMANA INC Foreign StockUS4448591028 HUM US 3.19
EDWARDS LIFESCIENCES CORP Foreign StockUS28176E1082 EW US 3.11
ACTIVISION BLIZZARD INC Foreign StockUS00507V1098 ATVI US 2.78
VOYA FINANCIAL INC Foreign StockUS9290891004 VOYA US 2.76

As at: 30 September 2020
Holdings are subject to change

33.61%

Distributions

This fund does not have any distributions

Documents

14 May, 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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