Institutional Investing

Institutional Funds

TD Emerald Canadian Short Term Investment Fund

Investment Strategy
The Fund seeks to achieve a high rate of interest income and at the same time preserve capital and maintain liquidity. The portfolio is invested in money market instruments, such as treasury bills of Canadian governments, bankers’ acceptances of Canadian chartered banks and commercial paper of Canadian corporations. The portfolio managers focus on the Canadian corporate debt market as well as global macroeconomic trends. The Fund’s main attribute is its high corporate debt weighting and follows a “bottom-up” strategy using diligent credit analysis to add value and enhance long-term performance. The strategy incorporates a detailed analysis of a corporation on a micro level and a view of the overall economy into its analysis. The Fund will be invested in high-quality investment grade securities.
Investment Objective

The Fund's objective is to preserve capital, maintain liquidity, and earn a high rate of interest income.

Who Should Invest
The Fund may be suitable for short to medium-term investors who are contributing to the income component of a diversified portfolio and can handle small changes in the value of their investment.
Fund Facts
Asset ClassShort Fixed Income
Management PhilosophyActive Fundamental
Inception DateJuly 04, 1991
BenchmarkFTSE Canada 91 Day T-Bill Index
NAV($) / Yield (%)9.7316 (As of November 27, 2020)
Distribution DateOctober 30, 2020
Income Distribution0.0083
Capital Distribution0.0000
Total Distribution0.0083
AUM (in millions)3,010.88 (As of October 31, 2020)
Distribution FrequencyMonthly

*Rates of return are time-weighted, reflecting income during the period but do not include any deduction for management fees.

1 M3 MYTD1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y10 YSince Inception

*Performance as of October 31, 2020. Year To Date - performance based on most recent month-end data.

*Benchmark is FTSE Canada 91 Day T-Bill Index

Note: Fund performance is before fees but after expenses

Yearly Performance
December 01, 2020