Mackenzie Investments has partnered with Paris -based TOBAM, a global award-winning asset manager, to offer a methodology designed to protect portfolios from structural bias. TOBAM's proprietary methodology is a proven process for increasing the diversification of portfolio holdings to protect portfolios from structural bias and unmanaged risks often found in cap-weighted indices. The introduction today of these mutual funds follows the launch of two Mackenzie TOBAM focused ETFs: Mackenzie Maximum Diversification Canada Index ETF (MKC) and Mackenzie Maximum Diversification US Index ETF (MUS). "TOBAM's award-winning methodology is now exclusively available through Mackenzie Investments as both ETFs and mutual funds to help all Canadian retail investors address their evolving needs," said Tony Elavia , Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer for Mackenzie Investments. "We are pleased to offer this unique investment methodology to Canadian retail investors who are seeking better diversification to potentially outperform benchmarks." TOBAM's innovative methodology selects individual stocks and their weights so as to significantly reduce the correlations between individual holdings. In so doing, it utilizes a well-established principle in investment management that all other things being equal, a portfolio with higher diversification has a higher risk adjusted return than a less diversified portfolio. Mackenzie Investments Mutual Funds The mutual funds invest in the Mackenzie Maximum Diversification Index ETFs and may also invest a portion of its assets in other ETFs, or in securities directly: Mackenzie High Diversification Canadian Equity Class: Offered in a corporate class structure, itallows Canadians to invest in their own country while diversifying beyond Canada's top three market sectors: Energy, Materials and Financials.
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