Mutual Funds are pools of assets that are invested and managed by professional money managers, either in general investments or in a specialty sector such as real estate or natural resources. Investors purchase units if the mutual fund is a trust or purchase shares if the fund is a corporation. Some of the large well known companies that offer Mutual Funds in Canada are household names such as Fidelity, Templeton, AIM Trimark, Mackenzie and dozens of others.

 

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There is a wide array of Mutual Fund products available through your Professional Mutual Fund Account Representative at Macnaughton & Ward Financial Services. The Account Representatives are sponsored individually by a mutual fund dealer, the account representatives with MWFS are sponsored through Networth Financial Corp. 

Fees, commissions and other charges should be reviewed before investing…please ask for a copy of any mutual fund prospectus prior to investing (they are available through our offices). 

IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE:

There is a wide array of Mutual Fund products available through your Professional Mutual Fund Account Representative at Macnaughton & Ward Financial Services. Your Account Representative’s Mutual Fund license is sponsored individually through Networth Financial Corp.

Mutual funds are offered through Networth Financial Corp. (NFC), member of the MFDA and MFDA Investor Protection Corporation. Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees, and expenses may all be associated with mutual fund investments. Please read the Fund Facts Sheets before investing. Mutual funds are not covered by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation or by any other government deposit insurer and are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated.

Your Account Representative may be dual licensed for the sale of insurance and other financial products.  As such, you may be dealing with more than one company depending on the products or services provided. NFC is responsible only for business licensed under the Provincial Securities Act & Regulations. It does not supervise or review any other business. All other services are the responsibility of another licensed entity and not the responsibility of NFC.