To provide a high level of income and some capital growth, while attempting to preserve capital, by investing primarily in debt securities denominated in foreign currencies issued by Canadian or non-Canadian governments, or corporations, and international agencies such as the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, also known as the World Bank.
A core part of the international fixed income portion of a diversified investment portfolio
Those seeking higher returns and who are willing to accept some additional risk
Those wishing to invest for the medium term
What are the risks of investing in the Fund?
Currency risk, derivative risk, equity risk, fixed income risk, foreign market risk, general market risk, large investor, legal and regulatory risk, lower-rated bond risk, securities lending, repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements risk, short selling risk and sovereign debt risk
Refer to the Simplified Prospectus for more details
Due to regulations, performance can’t be displayed in the first year of inception.
* Volatility (low to high): The lower the volatility ranking, the lower the risk of the fund. Funds with a volatility ranking of high are the most risky.
** Other dealers may have different minimum dollar requirements.
† Please check with your dealer regarding whether a particular class/series (or purchase option) is available for purchase within a registered account.
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