Current Price
As of Mar 4, 2024
$8.2627 CAD
-$0.0144 CAD | -0.17%
Overall Morningstar™ rating
4 Star Rating
Out of 480 Funds
CIFSC category
Canadian Fixed Income

Risk profile


As of Jun 30, 2023
Key reasons to invest in Sun Life Core Advantage Credit Private Pool
  • Well-diversified, North American, investment-grade fixed income portfolio
  • Deep global credit expertise broadens the investment universe, improving diversification and return potential through allocation to foreign bonds and sophisticated hedging strategies
  • Investment-grade private fixed income designed to enhance diversification and maximize return potential while maintaining a lower risk profile.
  • Unique inflation protection capabilities through investments like real return bonds help to protect from inflation risk while enhancing return potential.
    Fund essentials

    • Inception date
      Feb 26, 2020
    • Benchmark
      FTSE Canada Universe Bond Index
    • Management fee
    • Fund assets
      As of Feb 29, 2024
    • Number of holdings
      As of Dec 31, 2023
    • Distribution frequency
    • Min initial investment
    • Min additional investment
    Fund codes
    NLSUN 630

    Investment growth

    Feb 29, 2024

    • Compound growth calculations are used only for the purpose of illustrating the effects of compound growth and are not intended to reflect the future value of any mutual fund or returns on investment in any mutual fund.

    Compound returns

    As of Feb 29, 2024
    Fund %
    1 mth3 mth6 mth1 yr3 yr5 yr10 yrSince inception
    Fund %-

    Calendar returns

    As of Feb 29, 2024
    Fund %
    • **For the period February 26 to December 31.
    Fund %-1.37.7-11.4-2.25.5
    • **For the period February 26 to December 31.

    Risk & Statistics

    As of Jan 31, 2024
    • Risk measures (3 years)
    • Standard deviation
    • Alpha
    • Beta
    • R ²
    • Upside capture
    • Downside capture
    • Sharpe Ratio %

    Morningstar Ratingᵀᴹ and Quartile rankings

    As of Jan 31, 2024
    1 yr3 yr5 yr10 yr
    Morningstarᵀᴹ rating

    4 Star Rating

    Quartile (within category)11not available—not available—
    # of funds in category516480271271

      Portfolio analysis

      Overall allocation

      As of Dec 31, 2023
      Asset allocation%
      Fixed income94.1
      Geographic allocation%
      United States22.5
      United Kingdom1.3
      Cayman Islands0.1

        Fixed income allocation

        As of Dec 31, 2023
        Fixed income allocation%
        Corporate Bond49.3
        Agency Mortgage-Backed1.3
        Cash & Equivalents0.4
        Bank Loan0.0
        Commercial Mortgage-Backed0.0
        Covered Bond0.0
        Municipal Taxable0.0
        Municipal Tax-Exempt0.0
        Non-agency Residential Mortgage-Backed0.0
        Preferred Stock0.0
        Credit mix%
        Below B0.0
        Not Rated0.4

        Morningstar Style Boxᵀᴹ

        As of Jan 31, 2024

        Fixed income style


        Fixed income characteristics

        As of Dec 31, 2023
        • Yield To Maturity
        • Effective duration (years)
        • Average maturity (years)
        • Average credit quality

          Top ten holdings

          As of Dec 31, 2023
          Sun Life Core Fixed Income10.2
          Province of British Columbia 4.3%4.9
          Canada (Government of) 4.25%3.4
          Province of British Columbia 4.95%2.3
          Canada (Government of) 4.68104%2.3
          Manulife Financial Corporation2.2
          Manitoba (Province of) 3.4%2.0
          Quebec (Province Of) 4.25%1.9
          Province of Saskatchewan 3.9%1.8
            • Cash and cash equivalents are not shown.
            Management & Commentary


            Management Company :

            SLGI Asset Management Inc.


            Sun Life Capital Management (Canada) Inc.

            Based in Canada, SLC Management (SLC) is a global institutional asset manager, and part of the Sun Life group of companies. SLC offers institutional investors traditional, alternative, and yield-orientated investment solutions across public and private fixed income markets, as well as global real estate equity and debt.


            February 1, 2024
            Sun Life Core Advantage Credit Private Pool | Q4 2023
            Over the last 18 months, most economists warned that a major global setback was right around the corner. The alarm was defensible. As central banks hiked interest rates at an historic pace, the reflex view has been that it will cause a disruption in financial markets.


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