Fund Portfolio – Mackenzie Canadian Large Cap Dividend & Growth Fund Series A MFC295 MFC285 MFC7007 MFC3167 | Mackenzie Investments

Mackenzie Canadian Large Cap Dividend & Growth Fund Series A

Asset Class: Canadian Equity

Major Holdings (%) Help Top holdings by percentage

As of February 28, 2017
Major holdings represent 27.9% of the fund.
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Total # of
Equity Holdings
82
Holding name, country and sector Percentage of holding in fund
Bank of Nova Scotia/The
Canada | Diversified Banks
4.2%
Toronto-Dominion Bank/The
Canada | Diversified Banks
4.1%
Bank of Montreal
Canada | Diversified Banks
3.5%
Royal Bank of Canada
Canada | Diversified Banks
3.5%
Suncor Energy Inc
Canada | Integrated Oil & Gas
2.5%
Pembina Pipeline Corp
Canada | Oil & Gas Storage & Transport
2.2%
Regal Entertainment Group
United States | Movies & Entertainment
2.1%
Peyto Exploration & Development Corp
Canada | Oil & Gas Exploration & Prod.
2.0%
Inter Pipeline Ltd
Canada | Oil & Gas Storage & Transport
2.0%
Molson Coors Brewing Co
United States | Brewers
1.9%

Complete Fund Holdings Help Full holdings list

As of December 31, 2016
Holding Name No. of Shares/Units Market Value CAD (000s) % of NAV
A & W Revenue Royalties Income Fund Units 35,289 1,312 0.3%
AbbVie Inc. 38,630 3,250 0.8%
Activision Blizzard Inc. 89,550 4,345 1.0%
AG Growth International Inc. 73,975 3,885 0.9%
Agrium Inc. 16,494 2,226 0.5%
Amazon.com Inc. 1,300 1,310 0.3%
Apple Inc. 17,200 2,677 0.6%
ARC Resources Ltd. 311,261 7,193 1.7%
Artis Real Estate Investment Trust 342,993 4,356 1.0%
Atlantia SPA 68,500 2,155 0.5%
Bank of Montreal 150,521 14,536 3.5%
Bird Construction Inc. 236,554 2,143 0.5%
BM&FBOVESPA SA 437,900 2,966 0.7%
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP 119,397 5,369 1.3%
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. 33,300 6,379 1.5%
Canadian Western Bank 140,525 4,264 1.0%
Cenovus Energy Inc. 167,177 3,394 0.8%
CETIP SA - Mercados Organizados 171,706 3,155 0.8%
Chemed Corp. 7,092 1,529 0.4%
China Mobile Ltd. 145,400 2,049 0.5%
Cielo SA 178,434 2,046 0.5%
CME Group Inc. 19,200 2,976 0.7%
Coach Inc. 91,510 4,306 1.0%
Commercial Metals Co. 207,560 6,074 1.5%
ConAgra Foods Inc. 152,933 8,127 1.9%
Corus Entertainment Inc. Class B non-voting 170,759 2,152 0.5%
Cott Corp. 482,032 7,327 1.8%
Crescent Point Energy Corp. 459,385 8,384 2.0%
Deutsche Boerse AG 38,000 4,162 1.0%
Enbridge Inc. 135,152 7,636 1.8%
Fortis Inc. 49,459 2,051 0.5%
General Growth Properties Inc. 126,780 4,255 1.0%
Gibson Energy Inc. 254,707 4,834 1.2%
GNC Holdings Inc. Class A 98,079 1,455 0.3%
Great-West Lifeco Inc.* 182,009 6,401 1.5%
Hardwoods Distribution Inc. 117,331 2,098 0.5%
Heineken Holding NV A 25,500 2,384 0.6%
Information Services Corp. Class A limited voting 66,024 1,198 0.3%
Intact Financial Corp. 32,450 3,118 0.7%
Inter Pipeline Ltd. 284,615 8,436 2.0%
Johnson & Johnson 22,200 3,436 0.8%
KeyCorp 224,490 5,511 1.3%
Lawson Inc. 19,900 1,878 0.5%
Loblaw Companies Ltd. 87,880 6,225 1.5%
Magna International Inc. 111,107 6,478 1.6%
Manulife Financial Corp. 359,197 8,588 2.1%
McKesson Corp. 34,156 6,446 1.5%
Microsoft Corp. 30,890 2,579 0.6%
Molson Coors Brewing Co. Class B 58,322 7,625 1.8%
Motorola Solutions Inc. 48,500 5,401 1.3%
Newalta Corp. 638,925 1,482 0.4%
Nielsen Holdings PLC 75,020 4,228 1.0%
Nordstrom Inc. 77,171 4,970 1.2%
Northland Power Inc. 274,634 6,399 1.5%
Outfront Media Inc. 151,680 5,068 1.2%
Owens & Minor Inc. 44,110 2,092 0.5%
Parkland Fuel Corp. 190,444 5,357 1.3%
Pembina Pipeline Corp. 246,121 10,327 2.5%
Peyto Exploration & Development Corp. 255,792 8,495 2.0%
Pfizer Inc. 56,100 2,448 0.6%
Portland General Electric Co. 104,340 6,074 1.5%
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. 171,720 4,171 1.0%
Pure Industrial Real Estate Trust 723,688 4,045 1.0%
Regal Entertainment Group Class A 313,000 8,663 2.1%
Regions Financial Corp. 82,882 1,599 0.4%
Roche Holding AG Genusscheine 9,800 3,003 0.7%
Royal Bank of Canada 160,323 14,569 3.5%
Safran SA 39,848 3,857 0.9%
Seven Generations Energy Ltd. 140,306 4,393 1.1%
Silver Wheaton Corp. 69,460 1,802 0.4%
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. 57,288 3,311 0.8%
Sun Life Financial Inc. 42,337 2,182 0.5%
Suncor Energy Inc. 229,338 10,068 2.4%
SunTrust Banks Inc. 51,300 3,781 0.9%
Teck Resources Ltd. Class B 196,322 5,275 1.3%
Telefonica Deutschland Holding AG 398,862 2,292 0.5%
TELUS Corp. 148,801 6,361 1.5%
Tencent Holdings Ltd. 26,100 851 0.2%
The Bank of Nova Scotia 223,362 16,699 4.3%
The Finish Line Inc. Class A 100,127 2,531 0.6%
The Toronto-Dominion Bank 252,757 16,738 4.0%
Veresen Inc. 154,283 2,023 0.5%
Verizon Communications Inc. 110,937 7,957 1.9%
Visa Inc. Class A 20,706 2,171 0.5%
Western Digital Corp. 56,535 5,162 1.2%
WestJet Airlines Ltd. 191,217 4,406 1.1%
Yamana Gold Inc. 912,057 3,438 0.8%
Total Investments -- 420,368 100.7%
Cash & Equivalents -- 7,834 1.9%
Currency Hedge Contracts -- -92 0.0%
Other Assets (Liabilities) -- -10,983 -2.6%
Total Net Assets -- 417,127 100.0%

Asset Allocation (%) Help Holdings by region and sector

As of February 28, 2017
  • Regional Allocation
      Canada
    59.0%
      United States
    32.3%
      Brazil
    2.6%
      Germany
    2.4%
      France
    1.0%
      Netherlands
    0.6%
      Italy
    0.5%
      China
    0.5%
      Japan
    0.4%
      Cash & Equivalents 0.7%
  • Sector Allocation
      Financials 26.4%
      Energy 15.6%
      Consumer Discretionary 9.2%
      Industrials 8.5%
      Consumer Staples 7.3%
      Materials 6.6%
      Information Technology 6.2%
      Real Estate 5.8%
      Utilities 4.7%
      Health Care 4.6%
      Telecommunication Serv. 4.4%
      Cash & Equivalents 0.7%

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Portfolio Managers

Hovig Moushian, MBA, CFA

Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager, Head of Team

Mackenzie All Cap Value Team

Investment experience since 1996

Adelaide Kim, CPA, CA, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie All Cap Value Team

Investment experience since 2000

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* The blended index is composed of 70% S&P/TSX Composite Dividend Index and 30% MSCI World Index.

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