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Sun Life Global Investments has launched the Sun Life Dynamic Energy Fund, which offers access to a portfolio of energy-focused securities in North America.

“Despite the short-term dip [in oil prices], there are longer-term opportunities in the energy sector for investors,” says Sadiq S. Adatia, CIO at Sun Life Global Investments.

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Sun Life GI has also introduced Series EF for 29 of its retail funds, but that series is only available through the Sun Life GI Private Client program, and to investors who have fee-based accounts with dealers who have signed agreements with Sun Life GI.

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Rather than pay sales charges, investors buying Series EF securities pay fees to their dealers for investment advice and other services. And, Sun Life GI can charge a lower management fee for Series EF securities than for Series E, given it doesn’t pay any commissions to dealers on Series EF.

Series EF is available for the following funds:

Fund
Sun Life Beutel Goodman Canadian Bond Fund
Sun Life BlackRock Canadian Balanced Class
Sun Life BlackRock Canadian Composite Equity Class
Sun Life BlackRock Canadian Equity Class
Sun Life Dynamic Equity Income Class
Sun Life Dynamic Strategic Yield Class
Sun Life Dynamic Energy Fund
Sun Life Granite Balanced Class
Sun Life Granite Balanced Growth Class
Sun Life Granite Conservative Class
Sun Life Granite Growth Class
Sun Life Granite Moderate Class
Sun Life MFS Canadian Equity Class
Sun Life MFS Dividend Income Class
Sun Life MFS Global Growth Class
Sun Life MFS Global Growth Fund
Sun Life MFS Global Total Return Fund
Sun Life MFS Global Value Fund
Sun Life MFS International Growth Class
Sun Life MFS International Growth Fund
Sun Life MFS International Value Fund
Sun Life MFS Monthly Income Fund
Sun Life MFS U.S. Growth Class
Sun Life MFS U.S. Growth Fund
Sun Life MFS U.S. Value Fund
Sun Life Money Market Class
Sun Life Money Market Fund
Sun Life Schroder Emerging Markets Fund
Sun Life Sentry Value Class

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