Effective April 1, 2015, AGF Investments reduced the management fees on some of its funds.

As a result of CRM2, says AGF, nearly 45% of the inflows of funds over the next decade are forecasted to be through fee-based and discretionary accounts, on a net basis. Plus, new research suggests the trend towards unbundled fee-based compensation will also increase due to investors’ changing needs and demands.

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The management fees were lowered on the following Series F funds.

FundRevised Management Fee
AGF Diversified Income Class0.90%
AGF Diversified Income Fund0.90%
AGF Global Aggregate Bond Fund0.90%
AGF Tactical Income Fund0.90%

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