What’s the strategy?
The Money Market (Portico) portfolio strategy invests in a range of Canadian money market securities, including federal and provincial treasury bills, commercial paper, bankers’ acceptances and short-term bonds to provide short-term capital preservation and interest income.
The portfolio manager pursues a consistent, measured and disciplined approach to capture incremental gains through a multi-factor approach to analyzing interest rates, credit markets and yield curves.
Why invest in this portfolio strategy?
Ideal for investors with short-term savings goals and who are seeking interest income and capital preservation.
Data for institutional investors
Vice-President, Fixed Income
Dale shares leadership responsibility for GLC’s Portico Investment Management division, which oversees more than $18 billion* of fixed-income assets under management within bond, mortgage and money market portfolios.
As lead manager for the Core Bond portfolio strategy, Dale heads up the portfolio management of the largest Canadian bond segregated fund in Canada.* He also oversees some of Portico's sector-focused and specialized fixed income portfolios.
Dale has more than 25 years of investment experience, including direct portfolio management responsibilities for active and passive fixed income strategies.
He holds a Chartered Investment Manager designation as well as an honours bachelor of business administration degree in finance from Brock University.
* Source: London Life Core Bond Fund, Morningstar, June 30, 2017
Portfolio attributes and rates of return reflect the portfolio strategy used by the London Life segregated fund shelf.
Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
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