December 13, 2019

Mackenzie Master Limited Partnership announces estimate of distribution of partnership income

TORONTO ­– December 13, 2019 – Mackenzie Financial Corporation (Mackenzie Investments), part of IGM Financial Inc. (TSX: IGM), today announced that Mackenzie Master Limited Partnership (Stock Symbol MKZ-UN, CUSIP 554905109) has estimated a distribution of partnership income as follows:

December 11, 2019

Mackenzie Appoints Todd Mattina as Chief Economist and Co-Lead of Multi-Asset Strategies Team

TORONTO ­– December 11, 2019 – Mackenzie Investments announced today that Todd Mattina will be returning to the company as Chief Economist and Senior Vice-President as of January 6, 2020.

November 29, 2019

Mackenzie Investments Announces Special Distribution for its Exchange Traded Funds

TORONTO ­– November 29, 2019 – Mackenzie Investments today announced a special cash distribution for the Exchange Traded Fund (“ETFs”) listed below that trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). Unitholders of record on December 6, 2019 will receive cash distributions payable on December 13, 2019. 

November 13, 2019

Mackenzie Investments Retirement Study: Advisors Have a Good Opportunity to Help Canadians Better Understand Retirement

Value of advice takes on added importance with two-thirds of Canadians wanting to be more informed about the logistics of retirement    

TORONTO - November 13, 2019 - Mackenzie Investments today released the results of a study that shows that there is a significant opportunity for Canada’s financial advisors to help Canadians better understand the details involved in making the transition to retirement.

According to the study, conducted by Pollara Strategic Insights for Mackenzie:

  • Sixty-one per cent of Canadians (47 per cent of Boomers) want to know more about what is involved in making the transition to retirement;
  • Less than a quarter are very familiar with how the Canada Pension Plan works, when and how to convert their RRSPs to RRIFs, and how they’ll be taxed in retirement; and
  • Fifty-three per cent (67 per cent of Boomers) feel confident that they will be able to manage their investments during their retirement years.

Further, 72 per cent of respondents (74 per cent of Boomers) feel that there is opportunity to put more emphasis on helping people better understand all the components of successful retirement planning, beyond simply saving.

“Canadians in general, and Boomers in particular, are seeking advice on the details involved in making the successful transition to retirement,” said Carol Bezaire, Vice-President, Tax, Estate & Strategic Philanthropy, Mackenzie Investments. “This provides Canada’s financial advisors with a tremendous opportunity. As people approach retirement it’s clear that there’s more of a premium put on the value of advice as areas like tax and estate planning and optimizing investments during retirement take on added importance.”

“It’s a particularly important time for Canada’s Boomers.  Not only are they having to learn a whole new set of rules as they approach retirement but many are also managing the complexity of inheriting significant sums as the world goes through the largest transfer of wealth in history.  An advisor can play an important role in helping clients successfully stickhandle this critical life stage. ”

February 13, 2019

2018 Tax Receipts

2018 contribution receipts were mailed on January 11 and made available on InvestorAccess and AdvisorAccess on January 11. Receipts for one-time purchases made to individual RSP accounts during the first 60 days of 2019 will be mailed and posted online as contributions are processed.