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Mackenzie's China Partnership

Investing in China to Enhance Your Global Equity Portfolio

Learn more about how investing in China may improve the risk-return profile of a global portfolio and reduce overall portfolio correlation – read "China's Dynamic Place in a Global Portfolio".

The Case for Investing in Chinese Equity

Whitepaper:

Learn how investing with the help of local expertise in China can give Canadians access to the opportunities created by the growth of Chinese businesses and services.

How much you should allocate to China Equity

Fund Insights:

Learn how the Mackenzie All China Equity Fund, managed by China AMC, offers global diversification and high growth potential.

Everything You Need To Know

77% of Canadian Investors said they'll either maintain or increase their investments in China in the next 2 to 3 years.**
INSIGHTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD. LEARN MORE.

The Fund

Mackenzie has launched an investment solution that offers global diversification and high growth potential.

Mackenzie All China Equity Fund

The Fund aims to deliver long-term capital growth and invests primarily in the equity securities of companies in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan and in businesses that derive most of their revenues from the greater China region.

Managed by sub-advisor China AMC.

TALK TO YOUR FINANCIAL ADVISOR ABOUT
THE MACKENZIE ALL CHINA EQUITY FUND.

53% of Canadian advisors expect clients to increase their international investments over the next two to three years.**
INSIGHTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD. LEARN MORE.

*Source: World Development Indicators (as of 08/02/2017)

**A survey of 412 Canadian advisors was completed online between June 20 and July 12, 2017 using Environics’ Advisor Research panel. A probability sample of the same size would yield a margin of error of +/- 4.8%, 19 times out of 20. A survey of 1247 Canadians 18 – 75 years old, who have an investment portfolio or plans to begin investing in the near future was completed online between June 27 and July 11, 2017. A probability sample of the same size would yield a margin of error of +/- 2.8%, 19 times out of 20.