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TD Emerald Canadian Long Bond Broad Market Pooled Fund Trust

Investment Strategy

The portfolio of the Fund consists of Canadian, federal, provincial, municipal and corporate issued bonds and debentures that are selected and weighted to approximate the overall characteristics of the FTSE TMX Canada Long Term Overall Bond Index.
 
The Fund is managed based on the philosophy that it is both impractical and financially prohibitive to fully replicate an index in pursuit of market returns. The Fund uses stratified sampling to efficiently achieve index-like returns.

The fund only invests in securities with a minimum BBB (low) credit rating or equivalent at the time or purchase.

Investment Objective

The investment objective of the Fund is to provide performance similar to the performance of the FTSE TMX Canada Long Term Overall Bond Index.

Who Should Invest

The Fund is designed for institutional investors seeking broad exposure to the Canadian long-term bond market.

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Fund Facts
Asset ClassFixed Income
Management PhilosophyPassive
Inception DateMay 31, 2006
BenchmarkFTSE Canada Long Term Overall Bond Index
Details
NAV($) / Yield (%)11.7968 (As of June 25, 2019)
Distribution DateMay 31, 2019
Income Distribution0.0371
Capital Distribution0.0000
Total Distribution0.0371
AUM (in millions)7,965.92 (As of May 31, 2019)
Distribution FrequencyMonthly

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

Performance
1 M3 MYTD1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y10 YSince Inception
Fund3.357.209.7410.084.994.914.656.197.386.67
Benchmark3.377.239.7410.175.054.984.726.277.466.75

*Performance as of May 31, 2019. Year To Date - performance based on most recent month-end data.

*Benchmark is FTSE Canada Long Term Overall Bond Index

Note: Fund performance is before fees but after expenses

Yearly Performance
20182017201620152014
Fund0.196.972.473.6917.34
Benchmark0.317.032.473.8017.48
June 26, 2019