The fund seeks to generate risk-adjusted, absolute returns through exposure to global growth equities over the medium to long term, while maintaining a capital preservation mindset.
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|As at: 31 May 2021|
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. CI Munro Alternative Global Growth ETF merged into CI Munro Alternative Global Growth Fund effective Jan 15, 2021. The performance shown includes the historical performance information since inception of the corresponding series of CI Munro Alternative Global Growth ETF. Had this historical performance information not been included, the performance of the ETF series of CI Munro Alternative Global Growth Fund could have been different. Please refer to the disclosure documents of the CI Munro Alternative Global Growth Fund for more information.
Number of securities: 37
|AMAZON.COM INC||Foreign Stock||US0231351067||AMZN US||5.44|
|MICROSOFT CORP||Foreign Stock||US5949181045||MSFT US||4.94|
|ALPHABET INC-CL A||Foreign Stock||US02079K3059||GOOGL US||4.07|
|DANAHER CORP||Foreign Stock||US2358511028||DHR US||3.95|
|NVIDIA CORP||Foreign Stock||US67066G1040||NVDA US||3.81|
|SERVICENOW INC||Foreign Stock||US81762P1021||NOW US||3.77|
|PAYPAL HOLDINGS INC||Foreign Stock||US70450Y1038||PYPL US||3.53|
|AIRBUS SE||Foreign Stock||NL0000235190||AIR FP||3.25|
|HELLOFRESH SE||Foreign Stock||DE000A161408||HFG GR||3.17|
|MASTERCARD INC||Foreign Stock||US57636Q1040||MA US||3.09|
As at: 31 May 2021
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Proxy voting record for the most recent year:
30 Jun, 2020 - Proxy Voting Record
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