|1 mth||3 mth||6 mth||1 yr||3 yr||5 yr||10 yr||Since inception|
|1 yr||3 yr||5 yr||10 yr|
|Quartile (within category)||3||3||not available—||not available—|
|# of funds in category||1186||1045||860||408|
|Emg markets equity||1.3|
|Cash & Equivalents||15.9|
|Non-agency Residential Mortgage-Backed||0.3|
|Sunlife Granite Tactical Completion Fd I||8.8|
|PH&N Bond Fund O||7.7|
|Sun Life BlackRock Cdn Composite Equity||6.9|
|Sun Life JPMorgan International Eq I||6.9|
|Sun Life Real Assets Private Pool I||6.5|
|Sun Life Schroder Global Mid Cap I||6.3|
|Sun Life MFS US Value Series I||6.1|
|Sun Life MFS US Growth Series I||5.7|
|iShares Core S&P 500 ETF||5.5|
|Beutel Goodman Canadian Equity Class I||4.9|
Portfolio holdings are as at the date indicated and may change due to ongoing portfolio transactions of the investment fund.
Sun Life Granite Managed Solutions invest in mutual funds and/or exchange traded funds (ETFs).
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