Canada Life AM launches sterling short term bond fund

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Instruments span commercial paper, certificates of deposit, floating rate notes and short-dated bonds.
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Instruments span commercial paper, certificates of deposit, floating rate notes and short-dated bonds.

Canada Life Asset Management has launched a short term sterling bond fund, which aims to offer investors stable capital and income.

The LF Canlife Sterling Short Term Bond fund invests using sterling-denominated short-term fixed income and variable rate bonds, including money market instruments such as short term treasury bills.  Instruments span commercial paper, certificates of deposit, floating rate notes and short-dated bonds. All assets are rated AAA-A. How fixed income managers are preparing for recession and more inflation  "Following the strong demand from institutions for the LF Canlife Sterling Liquidity fund, we are broadening our suite of vehicles for investors with short and medium-term cash requir...

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