Corporate Class Dividends paid on February 22, 2017Bridgehouse Corporate Class Inc. paid eligible dividends for the Greystone Canadian Equity Income & Growth Class and Sionna Canadian Equity Private Pool to shareholders of record at the close of business on Tuesday February 21, 2017.
Corporate Class Dividend Estimates as of February 21, 2017Bridgehouse Corporate Class Inc. has declared ordinary dividends to shareholders in the Greystone Canadian Equity Income & Growth Class and Sionna Canadian Equity Private Pool payable on February 22, 2017 to shareholders of record at the close of business on February 21, 2017.
Looking Ahead to 2017 – Letter from Carol Lynde, President and COOCarol Lynde sees a bright path forward as Bridgehouse looks forward with enthusiasm and positive resolve.
Morningstar: More than just rating fundsBridgehouse Asset Managers, in collaboration with Morningstar Associates, has launched an actively managed Canadian equity fund. We speak with Michael Keaveney, head of investment management in Canada, Morningstar Associates, Inc.
Overweight CanadaSaying it’s myth that the Canadian market is too cyclical and concentrated in resources and financials, Kim Shannon, President and CIO, Sionna Investment Managers, discusses Canadian equity investing.
A Top EM Fund of 2016 Played Brazil, Avoided ChinaBrandes LP Director of Investments Gerardo Zamorano discusses the Brandes Emerging Markets Value Fund, and where he sees opportunity.
Greystone makes active stock picks, avoids big country betsGreystone Senior Vice President, International Equities Jeff Tiefenbach discusses the Greystone Global Equity Fund’s investment process and where he sees opportunity.
Legendary value investor Charles Brandes on where he’s investing nowBrandes LP Chairman and Founder Charles Brandes chats with the Financial Post’s Jonathan Ratner during a recent visit to Toronto.
Brandes: “Value” buying opportunities aboundAfter several years of lagging, the “value” investment style is now more attractively valued relative to “growth” than it has ever been, says Charles Brandes, founder and chairman of San Diego-based Brandes Investment Partners LP. And for Brandes, that undervaluation presents potential opportunities.
Energy stocks find favour with Sionna managerLow oil prices have created buying opportunities for veteran value manager Kim Shannon, president and co-chief investment officer of Sionna Investment Managers Inc.