Toronto-based Sun Life Global Investments (Canada) Inc. Tuesday announced the launch of Private Client, a new line of business designed for those with higher investible assets searching for a fresh approach to investing. Retail investors can diversify their portfolios with reduced management fees through Sun Life Global Investments’ access to industry leading sub-advisors. BMO to launch six new mutual funds Wealthsimple launches Sharia-compliant ETF Related news Keywords Fund launches, High net-worth clientsCompanies Sun Life Global Investments (Canada) Inc. IE Staff Share this article and your comments with peers on social media “The introduction of Private Client is an exciting step in the expansion of our asset management capabilities,” said Rick Headrick, president, Sun Life Global Investments. “Since the launch in 2010, our business has grown significantly, despite market fluctuations and economic challenges. The introduction of Private Client reinforces our commitment to superior service as well as our promise to provide access to industry leading portfolio managers.” Led by Cindy Crean, managing director, Sun Life Global Investments Private Client, this new offering provides a range of investment solutions with an in-house management team that understands the market, competitive landscape and demand for investment diversification. Crean has significant experience in the financial services industry, including financial planning in the high net worth segment, and has worked with advisors and clients to help them reach their financial goals through all their life stages. “Retail investors are looking for competitive solutions to help them grow their portfolios while managing risk,” says Crean. “Our Private Client offering provides a product suite designed for affluent Canadians who are looking for more choice and flexibility to invest their assets, combined with a personal touch.” Sun Life Global Investments delivers access to a comprehensive fund lineup that brings together both in-house managed solutions and multiple experienced sub-advisor teams. The sub-advisor platform offers the unique opportunity for individual investors to broaden their investments as well as asset classes. The fund lineup consists of 53 Private Client series funds (Series E and O). Financial advisors can help build their clients’ portfolios through a wide range of multi-manager funds with a minimum of $100,000 in investible assets. The new funds will be available through Sun Life Financial advisors, Mutual Fund Dealers Association (MFDA) and Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) dealers. Fidelity Investments unveils new climate-focused fund suite Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Applications for the 2020 Premier’s Advancement of Youth Internship Programme are open until Friday January 17.The PAY project will provide matrics with their first work experience and training beginning from April 1 until March 31 next year.“The PAY project allows young people the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in the public sector, and build their CVs and skills sets, making them more marketable and employable in the future,” said Premier Alan Winde.The successful candidates will be placed in opportunities across all 13 Western Cape Government departments.To be eligible, applicants must have written and passed the National Senior Certificate (NSC) in the Western Cape; not be studying further in 2020; be a South African citizen, living in the Western Cape; be financially constrained; and not be older than 24 years old.Only online applications will be accepted and applicants will need an email address in order to apply.Go to www.westerncape.gov.za/pay and follow the prompts register and to apply. For assistance with applications you can call 0860 142 142 or the PAY office at 021 483 0743/7 between 8am and 4pm on weekdays.
The national U-20 team, ahead of the next Africa Youth Championship, Monday resume camping at their Madina base to begin preparation for the tournament.About 25 players, including 18 locals, have been invited by Coach Sellas Tetteh for the final screening towards the selection of the final list for the tournament.Already, the Confederation of African Football has given a January 8 deadline for the submission of the final list for the tournament which starts on January 15 in Rwanda.Mr Jordan Anagbla, Chairman of the Black Satellites Management Committee, told the Daily Graphic yesterday that the list comprised all the players who took part in the qualifiers and those who participated in the last West Africa Football Union (WAFU) competition held in Abuja.They are goalkeepers Daniel Adjei and Joseph Addo, Phillip Boampong, Godfred Rockson Asiamah, Gladson Awako, Latif Salifu, Dominic Adiya and Evans Quao. The rest are Isaac Donkor, Abdul Ganiyu, Daniel Addo, Kassenu Ghandi, Jafaru Abdul, Ekow Benson, Paul Addo and Agyemang Badu. The foreign-based players, according to him, are Saddick Adams (Spain), Abeiku Quansah, Adu Kofi and Andre Dede Ayew (all of France), Ismael Yartey (Portugal), David Arday (Denmark) and Ransford Osei (Israel).He disclosed that Real Madrid youth player, Daniel Opare, would not be available, because he was nursing an injury, while another foreign-based player, Rabiu Mohammed, who was based in Spain, would join the team in Kenya, after having difficulty in securing a visa to Ghana. The team is expected to leave Ghana with the final 18 on January 7 for Kenya for a final preparation for the tournament. Source: Graphic