Current Price
As of May 26, 2023
$11.2411 CAD
$0.0892 CAD | 0.80%
Overall Morningstar™ rating
3 Star Rating
Out of 189 Funds
CIFSC category
Global Small/Mid Cap Equity

Risk profile


As of Dec 31, 2022
Key reasons to invest in Sun Life Schroder Global Mid Cap Fund
  • A diversified global mid-cap portfolio with a long-term focus
  • Aims to identify undervalued companies that can provide quality growth
  • The investment approach is driven primarily by stock-picking and, to a lesser degree, allocating to the right global regions
    Fund essentials

    • Inception date
      Feb 2, 2015
    • Benchmark
      MSCI World Small Cap Index C$
    • Management fee
    • Fund assets
      As of Apr 28, 2023
    • Number of holdings
      As of Mar 31, 2023
    • Distribution frequency
    • Min initial investment
    • Min additional investment
    Fund codes

    Investment growth

    Apr 30, 2023

      Compound returns

      As of Apr 30, 2023
      Fund %
      1 mth3 mth6 mth1 yr3 yr5 yr10 yrSince inception
      Fund %-0.5-

      Calendar returns

      As of Apr 30, 2023
      Fund %
      • **For the period February 02 to December 31.
      Fund %4.7-17.814.97.420.0-10.716.42.3-1.1
      • **For the period February 02 to December 31.

      Risk & Statistics

      As of Apr 30, 2023
      • Risk measures (3 years)
      • Standard deviation
      • Alpha
      • Beta
      • R ²
      • Upside capture
      • Downside capture
      • Sharpe Ratio %

      Morningstar Ratingᵀᴹ and Quartile rankings

      As of Apr 30, 2023
      1 yr3 yr5 yr10 yr
      Morningstarᵀᴹ rating

      3 Star Rating
      3 Star Rating

      Quartile (within category)333not available—
      # of funds in category23118914173

        Portfolio analysis

        Overall allocation

        As of Mar 31, 2023
        Asset allocation%
        U.S. equity58.7
        International equity37.3
        Emg markets equity0.4
        Canadian equity0.3
        Geographic allocation%
        United States60.8
        United Kingdom6.5
        Hong Kong1.3

          Equity allocation

          As of Mar 31, 2023
          Sector allocation*%
          Health care15.5
          Information technology15.4
          Consumer discretionary11.9
          Consumer staples4.9
          Real Estate3.2
          Telecommunication services1.9
          Market capitalization%
          • *Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS).

          Morningstar Style Boxᵀᴹ

          As of Apr 30, 2023

          Equity style

          Small blend


            Top ten holdings

            As of Mar 31, 2023
            ICU Medical Inc1.7
            Masimo Corp1.6
            Rentokil Initial PLC ADR1.3
            Dolby Laboratories Inc Class A1.3
            Kemper Corp1.2
            IDEX Corp1.2
            Berry Global Group Inc1.1
            Hexcel Corp1.1
            Balchem Corp1.1
            Assurant Inc1.0
              • Cash and cash equivalents are not shown.
              Management & Commentary


              Management Company :

              SLGI Asset Management Inc.



              Schroder Investment Management North America Inc.

              Headquartered in London, England, Schroders is a world-class multinational asset management company. With locations world-wide, Schroders is close to the markets in which it invests and well-positioned to serve clients.


              Notes and disclosures

                • Portfolio holdings are as at the date indicated and may change due to ongoing portfolio transactions of the investment funds.

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