Applicable to all Desjardins Funds and Portfolios
The Program has two categories:
A unitholder of Desjardins Funds units with a net asset value greater than or equal to $100,000 is automatically deemed eligible. The net asset value corresponds to the total value of net assets, excluding front-end and back-end load fees.
A household is defined as all the occupants of the same residence, whose principal investor is a unitholder of Desjardins Funds units with a net asset value greater than or equal to $250,000. There is no minimum threshold for other members of the household, who get a rebate on their fees proportionate to the weight of their holdings.
To take advantage of this program, the representative must fill out the Household Account Grouping form available at the bottom of this page.
How are your savings calculated?
- Learn more about the Preferred Pricing Program (PDF)
- Preferred Pricing Program – Household Account Grouping Form (PDF)
Even though the total amount of net assets invested in Desjardins Funds Class F, S, C, and R units is used to determine the daily market value, only Class F, S, C-FE and R-FE units can benefit from the management fee rebate under the Program.
The net asset value corresponds to the total value of net assets, excluding any front- or back-end loads.
Please consult the “Household account grouping form” to find out more about the Program.
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Desjardins Funds are not guaranteed, their value fluctuates frequently and their past performance is not indicative of their future returns. Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with mutual fund investments. Please read the prospectus before investing. Desjardins Funds are offered by registered dealers.