Fonds de revenu mensuel (Canada) : célébrons 10 années de réussite pour les Canadiens au défi du revenu

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10 ans de revenu constant.*
10 ans de rendements positifs.

Le Fonds de revenu mensuel PIMCO (Canada) a constamment satisfait les investisseurs en quête de revenu au cours des 10 dernières délicates années, tout en leur procurant des rendements attrayants.

Plus de 10 ans d’expérience sur des marchés haussiers et baissiers

En visant à procurer un revenu constant et des rendements attrayants, le Fonds de revenu mensuel PIMCO (Canada) aide des millions d’investisseurs dans le monde à atteindre leurs objectifs de placement depuis plus d’une décennie.

Une conception visant à résister aux difficultés posées par les marchés

Répartition sans pareille entre des actifs à rendement supérieur et des actifs de qualité supérieure qui évoluent de façon distincte en fonction du contexte de croissance, de sorte à résister aux difficultés posées par les marchés en évolution.

Une priorité au revenu

Peu importe les fluctuations des marchés ou des taux d'intérêt, le Fonds de revenu mensuel (Canada) peut exploiter des occasions de placement à l'échelle de la planète grâce à son approche flexible et mondiale.

* Le Fonds de revenu mensuel PIMCO (Canada) a versé une distribution en dividendes tous les mois depuis sa création. Il n'existe aucune garantie que les prochains dividendes seront versés.

Précisions et documentation sur le Fonds

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Fonds de revenu mensuel (Canada)


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Actif net total ($ CA)
Au
Date de création du Fonds
Notation générale MorningstarMC
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Parmi 445 fonds, sur la base des rendements ajustés au risque au 31-08-2021

Rendement annuel moyen % (au ) 1 an 3 ans 5 ans 10 ans Depuis la création
Fonds de revenu mensuel (Canada)
Indice agrégé É.-U. Bloomberg Barclays (couvert en $ CA)

AVIS JURIDIQUE

Toutes les données s’entendent au , sauf mention contraire. Source : PIMCO, Bloomberg. Le rendement s’entend pour les parts de série F, net de frais. Frais de gestion (%) : 0,75 % Les frais de gestion annuels servent à rémunérer les services de gestion des placements et d'administration générale du Fonds. Ils s'entendent hors taxes. Ratio des frais de gestion (%) : 0,84 %. Au . Le ratio des frais de gestion se base sur la totalité des dépenses, dont les frais de gestion (hors commissions et autres coûts de transaction du portefeuille), pour la période concernée et s’exprime en pourcentage annualisé de la valeur liquidative moyenne journalière durant la période.

Investir dans des fonds communs de placement peut donner lieu à des commissions, commissions de suivi, frais de gestion et à d'autres frais. Veuillez lire le prospectus avant d'investir. L'historique des rendements totaux annuels est indiqué en tenant compte de l'effet composé, des variations dans la valeur des parts et du réinvestissement de tous les dividendes. Il ne tient pas compte des frais d'acquisition, de rachat, de distribution ou des autres frais possibles, ni de l'impôt sur le revenu auquel est assujetti tout porteur de parts et qui auraient réduit les rendements. Les fonds communs de placement ne sont pas garantis, leur valeur change fréquemment et le rendement passé peut ne pas se reproduire.

Aucune offre n'est effectuée par les présentes. Les investisseurs devraient se procurer un exemplaire du prospectus ci-dessus, sur le site pimco.ca ou auprès de leur conseiller financier.

COMPRENDRE LE MONDE DE L'INVESTISSEMENT

Stratégie à revenu de PIMCO : exploiter des occasions de placement à l'échelle mondiale pour les investisseurs

Depuis sa création, la Stratégie à revenu de PIMCO s'est efforcée de fournir un revenu régulier et des rendements attrayants à ses investisseurs, en se positionnant de manière défensive lorsque les marchés paraissaient délicats et en guettant les opportunités durant les périodes importantes. Cette démarche a contribué à faire bénéficier des avantages de notre expertise du revenu à des millions d'investisseurs à l'échelle mondiale.

CONSULTER LA VIDÉO

Fonds de revenu mensuel (Canada) Investment Management Team

Dan Ivascyn, Alfred Murata et Joshua Anderson s'appuient sur le processus d'investissement de la société qui a fait ses preuves au fil du temps : perspectives macroéconomiques mondiales rigoureusement établies, analyses de crédit ascendantes et connaissances approfondies des experts en recherche.

Dan Ivascyn

Dan Ivascyn

Group Chief Investment Officer

M. Ivascyn est Group CIO et Managing Director au bureau de Newport Beach. Il assume les responsabilités de gestionnaire de portefeuille principal des stratégies de revenu, du hedge fund de crédit et des stratégies opportunistes adossées à des hypothèques.

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Alfred Murata

Alfred Murata

Portfolio Manager, Mortgage Credit

M. Murata est Managing Director et gestionnaire de portefeuilles dans l'équipe dédiée au crédit hypothécaire au bureau de Newport Beach.

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Joshua Anderson

Joshua Anderson

Head of Global ABS Portfolio Management

M. Anderson est managing director et gestionnaire de portefeuilles au sein de l'équipe Income du bureau de Newport Beach. Il dirige également l'équipe chargée de la gestion des portefeuilles d'ABS (titres adossés à des actifs) mondiaux et soutient les stratégies opportunistes du groupe.

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