Nicola Wealth diversifies its offerings to include farmland, global infrastructure and other real assets.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, October 1, 2018 – Nicola Wealth Management is pleased to introduce the Nicola Infrastructure and Renewable Resources Fund. This new fund’s mandate will extend beyond farmland to include investments that hold other “real assets,” such as global infrastructure (e.g. bridges, highways) and renewable resources (e.g. farmland, timberland) and more.
“Regardless of whether the economy is doing well or doing poorly, people will continue to require food, clean water, electricity, and roads” says Nicola Wealth president, David Sung. “We believe that these additional asset classes will offer our clients a more diverse portfolio, better risk-adjusted returns, and faster deployment of capital.”
Nicola Wealth is constantly developing their broad asset allocation to offer clients access to asset classes normally reserved for institutional investors. As both infrastructure and renewable resources are vital to commercial interests, there is often regulatory oversight of operations with high barriers to entry. Through this new fund, Nicola Wealth is able to offer clients yet another unique offering.
About Nicola Wealth Management
Established in 1994, Nicola Wealth Management (nicolawealth.local) is among Canada’s fastest growing asset fund management and private investment counsel firms (Investor Economics 2017) with $5.7 billion in assets under management. The firm provides portfolio diversification well beyond stocks and bonds, comprehensive and integrated wealth planning, and consistent and stable returns, serving affluent families, entrepreneurs, and foundations across Canada.
This investment is generally intended for tax residents of Canada who are accredited investors. Some residency restrictions may apply. Please see your NWM advisor to discuss the risks of this fund including terms of redemption and limited liquidity. All investments contain risk and may gain or lose value. NWM is registered as a Portfolio Manager, Exempt Market Dealer and Investment Fund Manager with the required provincial securities’ commissions.