Fund Portfolio – Mackenzie Ivy Foreign Equity Fund Series A MFC081 MFC611 MFC7017 MFC3158 MFC719 MFC819 MFC7018 MFC3296 | Mackenzie Investments

Mackenzie Ivy Foreign Equity Fund Series A

Asset Class: Global Equity

Major Holdings (%) Help Top holdings by percentage

As of May 31, 2017
Major holdings represent 35.9% of the fund.
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Total # of
Equity Holdings
Holding name, country and sector Percentage of holding in fund
Hennes & Mauritz AB
Sweden | Apparel Retail
Oracle Corp
United States | Systems Software
Henry Schein Inc
United States | Health Care Distributors
Brookfield Asset Management Inc
Canada | Asset Mgmnt & Custody Banks
Amcor Ltd/Australia
Australia | Paper Packaging
WW Grainger Inc
United States | Trading Companies/Distributors
United States | Footwear
Omnicom Group Inc
United States | Advertising
Seven & i Holdings Co Ltd
Japan | Food Retail
Johnson & Johnson
United States | Pharmaceuticals

Complete Fund Holdings Help Full holdings list

As of February 28, 2017
Holding Name No. of Shares/Units Market Value CAD (000s) % of NAV
Admiral Group PLC 2,542,137 76,550 1.7%
Aggreko PLC 4,164,786 72,311 1.6%
Amcor Ltd. 11,146,114 159,430 3.5%
Amphenol Corp. Class A 519,941 47,801 1.0%
Becton, Dickinson and Co. 150,571 36,612 0.8%
Bridgestone Corp. 2,221,000 117,622 2.5%
Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Class A limited voting 3,466,415 165,833 3.6%
Colgate Palmolive Co. 391,055 37,910 0.8%
Colruyt SA 877,443 54,659 1.2%
Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA 985,611 96,445 2.1%
Costco Wholesale Corp. 363,893 85,645 1.9%
Danaher Corp. 999,593 113,595 2.5%
Danone SA 744,471 65,535 1.4%
Fortive Corp. 873,087 66,861 1.4%
Hennes & Mauritz AB B 4,553,593 159,873 3.5%
Henry Schein Inc. 723,438 164,866 3.6%
Hyundai Motor Co. 711,600 124,576 2.7%
Johnson & Johnson 931,815 151,269 3.3%
Nestlé SA Reg. 615,000 60,383 1.3%
Nike Inc. Class B 2,269,733 172,338 3.7%
Omnicom Group Inc. 1,433,818 162,083 3.5%
Oracle Corp. 3,301,973 186,808 4.0%
PepsiCo Inc. 337,988 49,557 1.1%
Publicis Groupe SA 1,157,600 103,646 2.2%
Samsonite International SA 10,689,859 43,169 0.9%
Seven & i Holdings Co. Ltd. 2,235,400 116,245 2.5%
Sonic Healthcare Ltd. 4,862,677 106,534 2.3%
The Procter & Gamble Co. 792,692 95,895 2.1%
U.S. Bancorp 1,443,998 105,498 2.3%
Unilever NV CVA 387,500 24,327 0.5%
United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) Class B 824,349 115,810 2.5%
W.W. Grainger Inc. 489,231 161,143 3.5%
Waters Corp. 114,354 23,543 0.5%
Total Investments -- 3,324,372 72.0%
Cash & Equivalents -- 1,265,781 27.5%
Other Assets (Liabilities) -- 23,326 0.5%
Total Net Assets -- 4,613,479 100.0%

Asset Allocation (%) Help Holdings by region and sector

As of May 31, 2017
  • Regional Allocation
      United States
      United Kingdom
      South Korea
      Cash & Equivalents 28.8%
  • Sector Allocation
      Cash & Equivalents 28.8%
      Consumer Discretionary 21.7%
      Health Care 12.5%
      Consumer Staples 12.1%
      Industrials 8.9%
      Financials 7.5%
      Information Technology 4.9%
      Materials 3.6%

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Portfolio Managers

Paul Musson, CFA

Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager, Head of Team

Mackenzie Ivy Team

Investment experience since 1992

Matt Moody, MBA, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Ivy Team

Investment experience since 1999

Robert McKee, MSc, MBA, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Ivy Team

Investment experience since 2007

Hussein Sunderji, MBA, CFA

Vice President, Portfolio Manager

Mackenzie Ivy Team

Investment experience since 2007

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* The MSCI World Index is a free float adjusted, market capitalization weighted index that is designed to measure the equity market performance of developed markets. It consists of 24 developed market country indices.

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