The Fund seeks to provide a balance of growth and income, making strategic asset class shifts based on where the best opportunities exist. With a focus on providing capital preservation during times of market turmoil, the Fund’s managers aim to mitigate risk through various hedging strategies.
The Fund invests in equities and fixed income securities with up to 49% in foreign securities. The Fund manages the portfolio through the economic cycle by focusing on security characteristics that offer the best risk reward on a forward looking basis. Short selling and high cash balances are used from time to time as risk management tools.
- Investors looking for capital appreciation and modest income growth through asset allocation.
- Investors who wish their portfolios to respond to various market conditions.
- Investors able to accept a moderate level of risk.
- Investors have the option to receive a 4% annualized monthly distribution (AHP 1705, AHP 1715)
Growth of $1,000
Series AN: AHP 1700
Series FN: AHP 1710
Series LN: AHP 1730
4% distribution :
Series A: AHP 1705
Series F: AHP 1715
Series LL: AHP 1735
Series A: 1.8%
Series F: 0.8%
Series LL: 2.1%
Arrow Capital Management
Short term redemption charge
2% of NAV within the first 90 days
Registered Plan Eligibility
CIBC Mellon Trust Company
CIBC Mellon Global Securities Services
RBC Investor & Treasury Services
Manager & Promoter
Arrow Capital Management Inc.
Ted Whitehead, CFA
Senior Portfolio Manager
Ted Whitehead, CFA
Senior Portfolio Manager
Ted Whitehead is a Senior Portfolio Manager with Arrow Capital, bringing over 30 years of experience in the Financial Industry. Prior to joining Arrow, Ted spent 20 years at Manulife Asset Management as a Senior Portfolio Manager managing Small/Mid and All Cap Portfolios. Previously he was a Trader at Credit Suisse and Investment Advisor at both RBC Dominion Securities and Walwyn Stodgell Cochran Murray.
CEO, Senior Portfolio Manager
CEO, Senior Portfolio Manager
Mr. McGovern founded Arrow Capital Management in 1999, bringing over 25 years of related experience. Previously he was President and Chief Executive Officer at BPI Financial Corporation (Canada), a publicly traded company that he co-founded thirteen years prior and which managed or administered over $6bn. Mr. McGovern is a founding and past Chairman of the Canada National Group of the Alternative Investment Management Association. Mr. McGovern graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Commerce and Finance degree. He is active in charitable organizations, including Hedge Funds Care Canada and University Health Network.
How to Invest
*The blended index is 80% S&P/TSX and 20% FTSE/TMX Canada Universe Bond Index.
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