TD Monthly Income Fund recognized with 10-year performance award
TORONTO, Feb. 4 /CNW/ - TD Asset Management Inc. (TDAM), the manager of
TD Mutual Funds, was recognized last night at the Canadian Lipper Fund
Awards. The TD Monthly Income Fund (Investor Series) was awarded for
its excellent performance over the past 10 years, and the TD U.S.
Mid-Cap Growth Fund (Investor Series) was recognized for both its
five-year and 10-year performance.
"These awards are a terrific acknowledgement of the first-rate
performance of our team of portfolio managers, one of the most talented
and experienced groups in the industry, as well as our team's ability
to provide investment solutions that deliver for our clients and
advisors," said Thomas Dyck, President of TD Mutual Funds.
Led by TDAM's Doug Warwick, Geoff Wilson, Gregory Kocik and Michael
Lough, the TD Monthly Income Fund seeks to provide a consistent level
of monthly income with capital appreciation. "What's really impressive
about our Monthly Income Fund is that since its inception, it has
outperformed the S&P/TSX Composite Index with less than half the
risk*," said Dyck. The Fund was also a category winner in the 2010
Morningstar Canadian Investment Awards for Best Canadian Balanced Fund.
This is the second consecutive win for five-year performance for the TD
U.S. Mid-Cap Growth Fund (Investor Series), sub-advised by Brian
Berghuis and John Wakeman of T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. (T. Rowe).
"This recognition reflects the long-standing partnership we have with
T. Rowe, and it is a tribute to our strong equity line-up at TD Mutual
Funds," added Dyck.
These awards come on the heels of a number of significant milestones for
TDAM. Assets invested in TD Mutual Funds reached a new high of $60
billion at the end of 2010, and the TD Comfort Portfolios, which
launched just over two years ago, surpassed $3 billion in assets in
Each of the following TD Mutual Funds was named as the top fund in its
respective category over a 5 or 10 year time period by Lipper:
TD Mutual Fund
TD Monthly Income Investor Series, managed by Doug Warwick, Geoff Wilson, Gregory Kocik, Michael Lough,
10-year award winner - Canadian Equity Balanced
TD U.S. Mid-Cap Growth Investor Series, managed by Brian Berghuis, John Wakeman, T. Rowe Price Associates,
5 and 10-year award winner - U.S. Small/Mid-Cap Equity
The Lipper Fund Awards program honours funds that have excelled in delivering consistently
strong risk-adjusted performance, relative to peers, and recognizes
fund families with high average scores for all funds within a
particular asset class or overall. The Lipper Fund Awards take place in
21 countries in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and the
Americas. More information on the TD Mutual Funds recognized by Lipper
and the entire TD Mutual Funds line-up can be found on the TDAM website
The Lipper Fund Awards are part of the Thomson Reuters Awards for
Excellence, a global family of awards that celebrate exceptional
performance throughout the professional investment community. The
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fund management firms, sell-side firms, research analysts, and investor
relations teams. The Thomson Reuters Awards for Excellence also include
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About TD Mutual Funds
Under the TD Mutual Funds name, TDAM provides a diverse range of over 70
mutual funds and 25 professionally managed portfolios. TDAM manages
retail mutual fund assets on behalf of more than 1.4 million investors
and TD Mutual Funds is one of the most broadly diversified fund
families in Canada. Funds are available at TD Canada Trust branches
(through TD Investment Services Inc. representatives), TD Waterhouse
Discount Brokerage, Financial Planning and Private Investment Advice,
as well as leading investment dealers, independent brokers, advisors
and financial planners. As of January 31, 2011, TDAM was the fourth
largest mutual fund company in Canada, with over $60.5 billion invested
in TD Mutual Funds.
*Since inception to December 31, 2010, the TD Monthly Income Fund's
standard deviation was 8.02%, compared to 18.65% for the S&P/TSX Total
Return Index. The inception date of the Investor series of the TD
Monthly Income Fund is June 29, 1998. An investment with a high
standard deviation indicates that there is a greater potential for
volatility than those with low standard deviations.
SOURCE TD Asset Management Inc.
For further information:
Maria Saros Leung
TD Bank Group