The objective of this Fund is to provide investment returns consistent with the S&P/TSX Composite in the long-term. This Fund invests primarily in stocks listed on the S&P/TSX Composite. It is managed to track S&P/TSX Composite performance within 25 basis points over moving four year periods.
GWL Investment Management GLC Asset Management Group Ltd.
GWL Investment Management is a division of GLC Asset Management Group Ltd. GLC Asset Management Group Ltd. manages $30* billion in assets. Through its investment management divisions, GWL Investment Management, London Capital Management and Laketon Investment Management, GLC offers a wide range of traditional and specialty investment mandates, as well as major investment styles, for individuals and institutional investors across Canada. GLC Asset Management Group is a subsidiary of Great-West Life Assurance Company. For details, go to www.glc-amgroup.com. *As of Jan. 1, 2011
GWL Canadian Bond (P) NL, GWL Canadian Equity (G) NL, GWL Diversified (G) NL, GWL Dividend (G) NL, GWL Equity Index (G) NL, GWL Equity/Bond (G) NL, GWL Ethics (G) NL, GWL Government Bond (P) NL, GWL Income (G) NL, GWL Mid Cap Canada (G) NL, GWL Money Market (P) NL, GWL Mortgage (P) NL, GWL Science & Technology (G) NL, GWL U.S. Mid Cap (G) NL, GWL US Equity (G) NL
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