Fund Portfolio – Mackenzie Canadian Money Market Class Series A MFC1046 MFC1196 MFC7253 MFC2176 | Mackenzie Investments

Mackenzie Canadian Money Market Class Series A

Asset Class: Money Market

Major Holdings (%) Help Top holdings by percentage

As of April 30, 2018
Major holdings represent 26.5% of the fund.
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Total # of
Fixed Income Holdings
17
Holding name, country and sector Percentage of holding in fund
The Bank of Nova Scotia F/R 03-22-2019
Canada | Corporate - Non Convertible
7.7%
Royal Bank of Canada F/R 11-30-2018
Canada | Corporate - Non Convertible
4.3%
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce F/R 01-17-2019
Canada | Corporate - Non Convertible
3.1%
Bank of Montreal F/R 03-30-2020
Canada | Corporate - Non Convertible
2.7%
BMW Canada Inc. F/R 06-14-2019
Germany | Corporate - Non Convertible
2.2%
National Bank of Canada F/R 06-14-2018
Canada | Corporate - Non Convertible
1.8%
Province of Alberta F/R 1.304% 06-15-2018
Canada | Provincial Governments
1.7%
Central 1 Credit Union F/R 02-05-2021
Canada | Corporate - Non Convertible
1.3%
Daimler Canada Finance Inc. F/R 02-24-2020
Germany | Corporate - Non Convertible
1.0%
Honda Canada Finance Inc. F/R 02-19-2019
Canada | Corporate - Non Convertible
0.9%

Complete Fund Holdings Help Full holdings list

As of February 28, 2018
Holding Name No. of Shares/Units Market Value CAD (000s) % of NAV
BMW Canada Inc. F/R 06-14-2019 468,378 472 2.5%
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce F/R 01-17-2019 679,167 681 3.6%
Central 1 Credit Union F/R 02-05-2021 281,172 281 1.5%
Daimler Canada Finance Inc. F/R 02-24-2020 207,160 208 1.1%
Greater Toronto Airports Authority 5.26% 04-17-2018 Callable 431,735 434 2.3%
Honda Canada Finance Inc. F/R 02-19-2019 197,728 200 1.1%
Honda Canada Finance Inc. F/R 04-17-2020 132,423 134 0.7%
Honda Canada Finance Inc. F/R 12-18-2020 36,280 36 0.2%
John Deere Canada Funding Inc. F/R 09-21-2020 141,493 142 0.8%
National Bank of Canada F/R 06-14-2018 DPNT 380,943 381 2.0%
Province of Ontario F/R 08-28-2018 163,261 164 0.9%
Province of Quebec F/R 12-19-2018 163,261 164 0.9%
Royal Bank of Canada F/R 11-30-2018 943,287 944 5.0%
The Bank of Nova Scotia F/R 06-27-2018 1,088,409 1,088 5.7%
The Toronto-Dominion Bank F/R 07-31-2019 192,286 192 1.0%
Toyota Credit Canada Inc. F/R 07-24-2020 107,027 107 0.6%
Total Investments -- 5,628 29.9%
Cash & Equivalents -- 13,132 69.9%
Other Assets (Liabilities) -- 30 0.2%
Total Net Assets -- 18,790 100.0%

Asset Allocation (%) Help Holdings by region and sector

As of April 30, 2018
  • Regional Allocation
      Canada
    27.1%
      Germany
    3.1%
      United States
    0.7%
      Cash & Equivalents 69.1%
  • Sector Allocation
      Commercial Papers 31.1%
      Fixed Income 30.8%
      Provincial Short Term 16.8%
      Banker's Acceptance 7.1%
      Bearer Deposit 7%
      Other 7%
      Canadian Term Deposit 0.2%

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Portfolio Managers

Steve Locke, MBA, CFA

Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager, Head of Team

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 1995

Felix Wong, MBA, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Fixed Income Team

Investment experience since 1988

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Please note that this fund is closed to new investments.

Fund Risk Measures:
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  • Alpha: A measure of the difference between a portfolio's actual return and its expected return given its level of risk. Risk is measured by beta. A positive number indicates that it has performed better than beta would predict.
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  • R2: A measure that represents the percentage of a fund's movements that can be attributed to movements of a benchmark index.
  • Sharpe Ratio: A measure of how much of a fund's excess return is achieved for a certain level of risk. The greater a fund's Sharpe Ratio, the higher the risk-adjusted returns.

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The rate of return is used only to illustrate the effects of the compound growth rate and is not intended to reflect future values of the investment fund or asset allocation service or returns on investment in the investment fund or from the use of the asset allocation service.

* The FTSE TMX Canada 91 Day T-Bill Index measures the return attributable to 91-day Treasury Bills.

†The major holdings of the Fund may, but do not necessarily, represent the largest holdings of the Fund. Rather, the major holdings are selected for their overall significance in evaluating the investment portfolio. Please see mackenzieinvestments.com/currency to view the funds/products using currency derivatives to hedge exchange risk.