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Investment Mandate

The Fund was created to invest in an actively managed, diversified portfolio consisting primarily of short-duration floating rate senior secured loans.

Attractive Monthly Distributions
Monthly distribution of $0.05 per Class A unit, US$0.05 per Class U unit, and $0.05625 per Class C Unit and Class F Unit.

Symphony Asset Management LLC is the investment manager of Symphony Floating Rate Senior Loan Fund. Backed by an institutional-calibre integrated credit platform and supported by a 20-member team of experienced credit investment professionals, Symphony manages approximately US$15.4 billion in senior loans and has approximately US$18.7 billion in total assets under management, as at December 31, 2016. Symphony is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nuveen Investments Inc. Senior Loan closed-end funds sub-advised by Symphony have achieved top Lipper performance rankings in the Loan Participation Fund category over 10 years (as at December 31, 2016)(1).

Attractive Asset Class/Compelling Entry Point
Senior Loans have first priority claim over borrower’s assets and offer a high level of capital preservation.  Senior Loans offer attractive yields in the current low interest rate environment and have had strong performance both before and during periods of rising rates.

Low Fees
Management fee of 1.25% of net asset value per annum.

Experienced Manager
Managed by Brompton Funds Limited, an investment fund manager since 2002.

TSX listing, market repurchases (Class A Units)
Conversion to TSX-listed units (Class C, F & U)
Annual redemptions (all classes)

(1)  Lipper; December 31, 2016. Rankings should not be construed as a statement of client experience or endorsement. Ranking is based on annual total returns across the 15 funds in the Loans Participation Fund category which had at least 10 years of operating history as at the date of the ranking.

Gunther Stein, CIO, Symphony Asset Management, explains investments in Senior Bank Loans

Investor Resources

Summary / Brochure - September 30, 2018

Commentary - October 31, 2018

Update with Symphony Asset Management - Jan. 2018

Senior Loans Primer - Nov. 2017



Fund Facts

Class A & U Class C & F

(Class A) TSX : SSF.UN

NAV (Dec 07, 2018)

Class A : $8.59
Class U : US$8.29

Monthly Distribution

Class A : $0.05000
Class U : US$0.05000

Total Assets (Nov 30, 2018)

$179 million

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Fund holdings and allocations shown are unaudited, and may not be representative of current or future investments, should not be construed and research or investment advice, and are subject to risk.

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Portfolio holdings may change by the time you view this. Portfolio holdings may not be representative of future investments. The securities discussed may not represent all of the portfolio's holdings and may not be deemed representative of the strategy’s future portfolio holdings. Future portfolio holdings may not be profitable.

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