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  • Pender Wins Lipper Fund Award 2016

    The Pender Small Cap Opportunities Fund received the 2016 Lipper Fund Award for Best Canadian Focused Small/Mid Cap Equity Fund for both three and five year performance periods. Read More
  • David Barr interviewed on BNN

    How ETFs are uncovering buys for active fund managers

    “5 star rated investing advice for uncovering value in the equity market.”
    Pender President & PM, David Barr on BNN.

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  • Six small Canadian companies with takeover potential

    David Barr speaks to The Globe & Mail about two potential take out targets in our Funds. Read More
  • Investment Insights

    Why choose an Active Manager?

    How active management can take advantage of passive instruments.

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  • So the question is...Why invest with Pender?

    Find out why Pender’s value investing approach, our philosophy and being based in Vancouver can be advantageous in finding opportunities to outperform.

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  • Pender Blog

    Another take on Pender thinking and other things that catch our eye.

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Pender Corporate Bond Fund – Manager’s Commentary – November 2016

The Pender Corporate Bond Fund returned 0.8% in November. This was a reasonably good result, given the state of the bond market in general. During the month, yields on longer-dated … Continue reading »

Manager’s Quarterly Commentary – Felix Narhi – Q3 2016

 “Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.” ― Mary Shelley Although we live in a world where change is constant, it seems to be getting … Continue reading »

Financial Post: These fund managers look outside the index in expensive times

“When you see expensive valuations ... and no growth, it’s certainly not something we find intriguing,” Narhi said. “We find more interesting things outside the index.” Felix … Continue reading »

The Globe & Mail: Tech ‘sellouts’ a boon to ascendent PenderFund

"For a Canadian tech investor, there’s big upside to the “sellout culture.” The tendency of Canadian tech companies to sell in recent years rather than continue to … Continue reading »

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