Did you know… Canadians pay some of the highest mutual fund fees in the world²? As a Tangerine Investments Client, the fees you’re paying with us are about half the industry average², which has a direct impact on your long-term returns.
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It makes sense to give more of your money the potential to grow without being eroded by high investment fees. Now is an especially great time to invest, since we’ve got a special offer for you.
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1Offer available to existing Tangerine Investment Funds Limited (“Tangerine Investments”) Clients who (1) receive the Offer directly from Tangerine Investments; and/or (2) receive a notification that they are eligible to participate in the Offer when they log in on the Bank’s website (“Eligible Clients”). The Offer applies to contributions to Eligible Accounts between
2Source: Morningstar 2017 Investor Fund Experience Report, Page 22.
3Source: Investor Economics Insight, January 2018 Annual Review. Tangerine Investment Funds are considered long-term mutual funds.The asset weighted MER for long-term mutual funds as of December 31, 2017 was 2.09%. The asset weighted MER for each Tangerine Investment Fund is 1.07%.
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Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with mutual fund investments. Please read the fund facts and prospectus before investing. Mutual funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated. All securities, including mutual funds, present a risk of loss of capital. To understand risk better, you may also want to look at the specific risks for mutual funds and how they could affect their value. The principal risk factors for the Tangerine Investment Funds include Index Risk, Equity Risk, Foreign Investment Risk, Foreign Currency Risk and Fixed Income Investment Risk. For a full list of the Funds' risk factors and details about them, see the "What Are the Risks of Investing in a Mutual Fund Generally" section of the simplified prospectus.