FOR DISTRIBUTION TO INVESTORS BY REGISTERED DEALERS ONLY. NAV = Net Asset Value. The U.S. dollar version of the funds’ units have the same distribution per unit as the Canadian dollar version. At the payment date, the Canadian dollar distribution is adjusted for the U.S. exchange rate on that date for payment in U.S. dollars to the U.S. dollar designated units. As the manager of the Bridgehouse Funds, Bridgehouse has hired Brandes Investment Partners, L.P. (Brandes LP), GQG Partners LLC. (GQG Partners), Lazard Asset Management (Canada), Inc. (Lazard), Nuveen Asset Management, LLC (Nuveen), Sionna Investment Managers Inc. (Sionna), TD Asset Management Inc. (TDAM) and T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. (T. Rowe Price) as portfolio sub-advisors in respect of the Bridgehouse Funds. Units of the Bridgehouse Funds are available through registered dealers only and not available through Bridgehouse Asset Managers. Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with mutual fund investments. Mutual funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated. Please read the prospectus before investing. Bridgehouse Asset Managers® is a trade name of Brandes Investment Partners & Co. Brandes Investment Partners® is a registered trademark of Brandes Investment Partners, L.P., which is an affiliate of Bridgehouse. All values in Canadian Dollars unless otherwise noted. Fund distributions are determined by a variety of factors, including: realized gains on securities sold, the amount of dividend and interest income received during the year, the level of purchases and redemptions of securities, and the amount of any unrealized appreciation of a fund’s portfolio at year-end. Distributions are automatically reinvested in additional units of a Fund unless cash distributions are requested. Published September 2023.
Désignation de Faible risque carbonique de Morningstar®
La désignation de Faible risque carbonique (Low Carbon Designation™) de Morningstar est attribuée aux portefeuilles qui affichent un faible score de risque carbonique ainsi qu’un faible niveau d’exposition aux combustibles fossiles. Ces portefeuilles doivent avoir un score de risque carbonique inférieur à 10, et, selon leur composition moyenne lors des 12 derniers mois, moins de 7 % des actifs qu’ils contiennent doivent être liés aux combustibles fossiles.