Right for you if you want:
You are looking for low investment minimums
You want professional money management
You would like to diversify across a variety of securities
Your financial needs and goals are not the same as your neighbour's. At Scotiabank, we help tailor your investment plan to your time frame, investment objectives, and risk tolerance.
Buy locally. Invest globally.
Whether individual mutual funds best suit your financial needs, or you want easy access our Scotiabank Asset Management, Scotiabank Mutual Funds1 provide you with the opportunity to invest in the global economy right from your Scotiabank branch.
Download one of the Fund Overviews below to learn more about a particular Scotiabank Mutual Fund or use our Investment Selector to help you determine what solution is best for you.
Scotiabank Money Market Fund [PDF: 179 Kb]
Investment Objective: To earn interest income and provide liquidity with a high level of safety by investing in high-quality, short-term securities, and obligations.
Scotiabank Short-Term Income Fund [PDF: 176 Kb]
Investment Objective: Capital preservation, protection from rising interest rates, and a sustainable monthly distribution.
Scotiabank US Dollar Bond Fund [PDF: 179 Kb]
Investment Objective: To earn income and provide some potential for capital gains by investing primarily in U.S. Dollar-denominated securities and obligations.
Scotiabank US Growth Fund [PDF: 179 Kb]
Investment objective: Long-term capital growth by investing in securities that comprise the Standard & Poor's 500® Index.
Scotiabank Global Growth Fund [PDF: 179 Kb]
Investment objective: Long-term capital growth by investing in high-quality global securities. Investments June include equities, preferred stocks, debt issues, and derivatives.
Scotiabank Canadian Growth Fund [PDF: 179 Kb]
Investment objective: Long-term capital growth by investing in growth-oriented, high-quality equity securities listed on Canadian stock exchanges.
Investing makes your money grow. Whatever your current finances, investing today will improve your position. It's that simple.
Mutual funds are not insured with the Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Standard and Poor's, S&P and S&P 500 are trademarks of The McGraw-Hill Companies and have been licensed for use by The Bank of Nova Scotia and its subsidiary companies.