NBI’s High Net Worth Plan* (the “reduction plan”) allows investors who hold certain NBI Funds and Meritage Portfolios series to benefit from a management fee rebate, based on the size of their investments.
The process is fully automated: the system identifies eligible clients, and NBI automatically credits the appropriate management fee reductions to their accounts, in the form of additional units of the same series of
Benefits of the reduction plan
- Fully automated rebates
- Flexibility to attain minimum thresholds
- Competitive pricing
Different ways to combine and reach minimum thresholds:
- $100,000 per fund eligible to the reduction plan**, or
- $250,000 in NBI Funds and/or Meritage Portfolios
Ability to combine certain accounts to reach minimum thresholds
- RRSP, RESP, TFSA
Consult the applicable reductions of the NBI High Net Worth Plan and look at a list of eligible NBI Funds and Meritage Portfolios.
* Further details about the management fee reduction plan for high net worth investors are included in the simplified prospectus of the Meritage Portfolios and NBI Funds.
See the prospectus for the list of NBI Funds securities that are eligible for the reduction.
The management fee reduction plan for high net worth investors only applies to the series of the NBI Funds and/or Meritage Portfolios (the “Funds”) that are eligible. The amount equivalent to the management fee reduction takes the form of a rebate or a distribution, which is automatically reinvested in additional securities of the same series of the applicable NBI Fund and/or Meritage Portfolio. For more information about the management fee reduction plan for high net worth investors, please see the NBI Funds and/or the Meritage Portfolios prospectus.
Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with investments in the Funds. Please read the prospectus of the Funds before investing. The Funds’ securities are not insured by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation or by any other government deposit insurer. The Funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated.