Current Price
As of Jun 14, 2024
$16.7739 CAD
-$0.0712 CAD | -0.42%
Overall Morningstar™ rating
2 Star Rating
Out of 1033 Funds
CIFSC category
US Equity

Risk profile


As of Dec 31, 2023
Key reasons to invest in Sun Life MFS U.S. Value Fund
  • An actively managed U.S. equity fund with a tilt to undervalued, larger companies
  • Invests in high-quality, sustainable businesses that are under-appreciated by the market
  • Seeks strong performance by taking advantage of shorter-term influences on stock prices, while being mindful of risk
  • Applies a long-term, research-driven approach, focused on picking stocks across full market cycles
    Fund essentials

    • Inception date
      Aug 4, 2016
    • Benchmark
      Russell 1000 C$
    • Management fee
    • Fund assets
      As of May 31, 2024
    • Number of holdings
      As of Apr 30, 2024
    • Distribution frequency
    • Min initial investment
    • Min additional investment
    Fund codes
    ISCSUN O1112

    Investment growth

    May 31, 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 May 31, 2024
    Fund %
    1 mth3 mth6 mth1 yr3 yr5 yr10 yrSince inception
    Fund %2.83.312.620.35.610.69.4

    Calendar returns

    As of May 31, 2024
    Fund %
    • **For the period August 04 to December 31.
    Fund %7.97.0-
    • **For the period August 04 to December 31.

    Risk & Statistics

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

    2 Star Rating
    2 Star Rating

    Quartile (within category)444not available—
    # of funds in category11661033527527

      Portfolio analysis

      Overall allocation

      As of Mar 31, 2024
      Asset allocation%
      U.S. equity91.9
      International equity6.3
      Canadian equity0.6
      Geographic allocation%
      United States93.0
      United Kingdom1.8

        Equity allocation

        As of Mar 31, 2024
        Sector allocation*%
        Health care15.4
        Information technology8.6
        Consumer staples8.0
        Consumer discretionary3.6
        Telecommunication services2.6
        Real Estate2.2
        Market capitalization%
        • *Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS).

        Morningstar Style Boxᵀᴹ

        As of May 31, 2024

        Equity style

        Large value


          Top ten holdings

          As of Mar 31, 2024
          JPMorgan Chase & Co4.8
          Progressive Corp3.4
          The Cigna Group3.2
          McKesson Corp2.5
          Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc2.3
          Comcast Corp Class A2.3
          Aon PLC Class A2.3
          Lowe's Companies Inc2.2
          Johnson & Johnson2.1
            • Cash and cash equivalents are not shown.
            Management & Commentary


            Management Company :

            SLGI Asset Management Inc.


            MFS Investment Management Canada Limited

            Founded in 1924, Boston-based MFS brings nearly a century of active management experience to investors’ portfolios.


            March 31, 2023
            Sun Life MFS Global Value Fund | Q1 2023
            Financial markets started the year in buoyant mood, with both equities and bonds rallying in January on a wave of optimism that the major economies might escape recession with either a soft landing or even ‘no’ landing in which the economy does not slow.


            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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                Morningstar Market Capitalization Breakdown Stocks are first divided into seven style zones based on their country of domicile: United States, Latin America, Canada, Europe, Japan, Asia ex-Japan, and Australia/New Zealand. Capitalization assignments are determined as follows: 1) For all stocks in a style zone, the market cap of each stock is converted into a common currency. The stocks in each style zone are ordered in descending order by size, and a cumulative capitalization as a percentage of total sample capitalization is calculated as each stock is added to the list. 2) The stock that causes cumulative capitalization to equal or exceed 40% of the style zone's total cap is the final one assigned to the giant-cap group. 3) The largest of the remaining stocks are assigned to the large-cap group until cumulative capitalization equals or exceeds 70% of the total capitalization of the style zone. 4) The largest of the remaining stocks are assigned to the mid-cap group until cumulative capitalization equals or exceeds 90% of the total capitalization of the style zone. 5) The largest of the remaining stocks are assigned to the small-cap group until cumulative capitalization equals or exceeds 97% of the total capitalization of the style zone. 6) The remaining stocks are assigned to the micro-cap group. The Market Capitalization Breakdown at a fund level is a breakdown of the capitalization assignments of the fund's equity holdings.

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