Arrow EC Income Advantage Alternative Fund ETF


Fund Strategy

The Fund seeks to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns with low volatility in all interest rate environments. Unlike traditional fixed income strategies, the Fund maintains attractive exposure to a diversified portfolio of Canadian investment grade corporate bonds, seeking to eliminate the interest rate risk associated with such bonds.


Investor Benefits

Arrow’s ETF offering makes it easier for investors to access our products.

Some key takeaways for investors include:

  • Accessibility: ETF series units are publicly traded and conveniently available on the stock exchange.
  • ETF Vehicle Benefits: Intra-day liquidity, ability to execute both large and small orders.
  • Active Management: Diversification, income and focus on risk-adjusted returns.
 

Portfolio Managers

Founding Partner & Chief Investment Officer, East Coast Fund Management

How to Invest

Mutual Fund Solutions

Growth of $1,000

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Risk Bar Description: 
Risk Rating

Portfolio Details

Management Fee
0.95%


Performance Fee
15%


Hurdle Rate
None


Investment Advisor
East Coast Asset Management SECZ


Liquidity
Intra-day

RSP Eligibility
RSP, RRIF, DSP, RESP, DPSP, TFSA


Auditor
PricewaterhouseCoopers


Custodian & Valuation Agent
CIBC Mellon Asset Servicing


Manager & Promoter
Arrow Capital Management Inc.

 

Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with investment funds. Please read the prospectus and fund facts before investing. Except as otherwise noted the indicated rates of return are the historical compounded total returns including changes in share or unit value and the reinvestment of all dividends or distributions and do not take into account the sales, redemption, distribution, optional charges or income tax payable by the unitholder or shareholder that would have reduced returns. Investment funds are not insured or guaranteed by Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) or any other insurer. Investment funds are subject to risks of loss of capital and income and their values change frequently. Past performance may not be repeated.