According to TDAM, the products address the evolving needs of investors at various stages in their investment lifecycle.
The TD Retirement Portfolios aim to help investors’ savings last longer in retirement by striving to protect assets against volatile markets, while seeking income and modest growth. These solutions also offer investors exposure to TDAM’s low volatility equities strategy, a broad and flexible fixed income approach, and a proprietary risk reduction strategy.
“As the population ages, investors are increasingly seeking solutions that not only offer regular cash flow with some potential for growth, but also have the ability to reduce portfolio volatility,” said Paul Orlander, president, TD Mutual Funds. “We believe the portfolios have the potential to meet these needs.”
The new TD Retirement Portfolios are the TD Retirement Conservative Portfolio and the TD Retirement Balanced Portfolio. TDAM has also launched four new funds that offer investors exposure to market opportunities outside of Canada and include two new low volatility options, extending TDAM’s low volatility suite to four offerings. The new funds are the TD U.S. Low Volatility Fund, the TD Emerging Markets Low Volatility Fund, the TD U.S. Monthly Income Fund-C$ and the TD International Equity Fund.
“Investors are looking for investment opportunities that will provide access to global markets with the potential to reduce risk. Our new fund offerings respond to these needs and reinforce our position as a solutions-oriented investment manager,” added Orlander.
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