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Mackenzie Fixed Income Capabilities

A Wide Range of Expertise. A world of Opportunity.

At Mackenzie, our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to building a wide range of fixed income solutions that address the needs of today’s investors. The Fixed Income Team’s philosophy centers around three tenets:

“Our active and flexible approach to investing helps us uncover opportunities across fixed income markets and enables us to build portfolios with the risk and return characteristics to deliver on investors’ objectives.”

– Steve Locke, MBA, CFA
Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager Head of the Fixed Income Team

Depth and Breadth of Expertise

Rigorous Research

Mackenzie’s Fixed Income team combines macroeconomic, fundamental credit and quantitative research to ensure that the limitations of each type of analysis are balanced by the strengths of the others.

Active Portfolio Management

The portfolio managers have diverse backgrounds and experience across fixed income asset classes and markets, and each specialize in a segment of those markets.

Global Bonds

Investment Grades

Leveraged Credit

Trading Expertise

Dedicated traders offer continuous input into the investment process and portfolio allocation decisions through market-level analysis of liquidity, flows and technical trends, with the objective of bringing best execution and trading efficiency.

Mackenzie’s Fixed Income Strategies

Covering a wide array of mandates

The team offers a wide range of mandates for all your fixed income needs – whether the goal is to preserve capital, reduce overall portfolio volatility or enhance income and total return potential.

Different fixed income assets have different effects on a portfolio. If your objective is:
Capital Preservation

Bonds with higher credit quality and lower interest rate sensitivity (duration), such as federal and provincial government bonds, tend to exhibit low volatility and protect capital.

Equity Portfolio Diversification

High credit quality bonds with more interest rate sensitivity (duration), such as government or investment grade bonds, tend to be the least correlated with equities and can provide the greatest portfolio diversification.

Income

Lower credit quality bonds across the maturity spectrum, such as floating rate loans and high yield bonds, tend to offer additional yield to compensate investors for the higher credit risk, contributing greater income to the portfolio.

Actively Managed Building Blocks

Mackenzie Canadian Money Market Fund

Mackenzie Canadian Bond Fund

Mackenzie Unconstrained Fixed Income Fund

ETFMUB

Mackenzie USD Ultra Short Duration Income Fund

Mackenzie Strategic Bond Fund

ETFMKB

Mackenzie Floating Rate Income Fund

ETFMFT

Mackenzie Investment Grade Floating Rate Fund

Mackenzie Global Tactical Investment Grade Fund

Mackenzie Global Credit Opportunities Fund

ETFMHYB

Mackenzie Canadian Short Term Income Fund

ETFMCSB

Mackenzie Global Tactical Bond Fund

ETFMGB

Portfolio Managers

Steve Locke, MBA, CFA

Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager, Head of Team

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 1995

Konstantin Boehmer, MBA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 2003

Felix Wong, MBA, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 1988

Dan Cooper, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 2003

Movin Mokbel, MBA, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 2000

Dustin Reid, MBA

Vice President, Investment Management, Chief Fixed Income Strategist

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 1997

Caroline Chan, MBA, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 2002

*Managed by the Fixed Income team, as of November 30, 2018

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