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Portfolio
The portfolio manager will employ a value-driven investment strategy to construct a portfolio that seeks to balance long-term capital growth with capital preservation, and will invest opportunistically in equity and equity-related securities of issuers that the portfolio manager believes are fundamentally sound and are trading at a discount to their intrinsic value.

Portfolio Manager
David Taylor of Taylor Asset Management Inc. has been managing equities for 25 years and funds managed by David Taylor have won  15 Lipper Awards(1) and 3 Morningstar Canada’s Best Canadian Equity Fund Awards(1) in the past decade for short, mid and long-term performance.

Management  Fee
Management fee of 1.0% of net asset value per annum, which includes fees payable to the Portfolio Manager

Performance Fee
A performance fee of 10% of the appreciation in net asset value per unit will be payable after a 5% hurdle rate has been achieved and the net asset value is subject to a high water mark which starts at $10.00 per unit.

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

Liquidity
TSX listing
Annual redemptions
Market repurchases (issuer bid)

(1) For a detailed list of awards click here

Symbol(s)

TSX : TOF.UN

NAV (Aug 28, 2014)

$13.49

Monthly Distribution (Sep 30, 2014)

$0.052

Closing Price (Aug 29, 2014)

$12.98

Total Assets (Jul 31, 2014)

$70 million

Portfolio Summary
Brochure

BNN Video Clips:

Taylor – Discussing the Impact of US Gov't Shutdown on BNN
Oct 01, 2013 - Watch Now

The Final Word - David Taylor on BNN
Oct 01, 2013 - Watch Now

Taylor's views on the financials, gold and auto sectors on BNN
July 2, 2013 - Watch Now

Taylor – Head to Head with BNN’s Randy Cass
May 30, 2013 - Watch Now

MBIA shares soar – David Taylor on BNN
May 6, 2013 - Watch Now

Don't Miss a Bull Market Because of Cold Feet with
David Taylor on BNN

Feb 08, 2013 - Watch Now

David Taylor's Stock Picks on BNN
Feb 08, 2013 - Watch Now

Sector Breakdown

Industrial 23%
Percentage
Financials 20%
Percentage
Energy 19%
Percentage
Materials 10%
Percentage
Consumer Discretionary 10%
Percentage
Technology 7%
Percentage
Consumer Staples 7%
Percentage
Healthcare 4%
Percentage