Marret High Yield Fund

Key Benefits

· Fund employs long/short high yield debt strategies designed to maximize risk-adjusted returns and preserve capital in each phase of the credit cycle.
· Fund’s goal is to produce equity-like returns with volatility and risk characteristics of fixed income.
· Specialist high yield manager, featuring an experienced team of credit experts led by Barry Allan.
· Monthly, tax advantaged distributions.

Fund Objective

The Fund provides investors with (i) monthly tax-advantaged distributions, initially targeted to be $0.50 per Unit per annum, representing a yield of 5% per annum on the initial subscription price, and (ii) a total return based on the performance of a portfolio of primarily non-investment grade securities with the focus on delivering consistent positive absolute returns while maintaining low correlations with recognized fixed income and equity index returns.

NAV & Performance

Class A NAVPU (May 31, 2017): $10.069
Class F NAVPU (May 31, 2017): $10.171

 

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Fund Fact Sheet - Class A

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Fund Fact Sheet - Class F

 

Investor Documents

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Marret High Yield Fund - 2016 Semi-Annual Financial Statements - as at June 30, 2016

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Marret High Yield Fund - 2015 Annual Financial Statements

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Marret High Yield Fund - 2015 Semi-Annual Financial Statements

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Marret High Yield Fund - 2014 Annual Financial Statements

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Marret High Yield Fund - 2014 Semi-Annual Financial Statements

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Marret High Yield Fund - 2012 Annual Financial Statements

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Marret HYP Trust - 2012 Annual Financial Statements

 

Fund Facts*

Fund Type:
Open-end investment fund
Distributions:
$0.50 per annum per unit*
Inception date:
April 17, 2012
Management fee:
Class A: 1.50%
Class F: 1.00%
Performance fee:
15% over 5% hurdle

* The monthly distribution is fixed but not guaranteed and may be adjusted quarterly.


To be the preeminent Canadian credit manager as measured by total rate of return, superior multi-year performance, and retention of world-class employees.


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