Sprott Asset Management LP Announces Mutual Fund Risk Rating Changes
TORONTO, July 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sprott Asset Management LP ("Sprott") announced today a change to the risk rating of each of Sprott Enhanced Equity Class, Sprott Enhanced Balanced Fund and Sprott Enhanced Balanced Class (each, a "Fund" and collectively, the "Funds").
Sprott determines the risk rating for the Sprott Mutual Funds in accordance with the methodology recommended by the Fund Risk Classification Task Force of The Investment Funds Institute of Canada. As a result of a review of the investment risk level of the Funds, Sprott has determined that the investment risk level of Sprott Enhanced Equity Class has changed from "Medium" to "Low to Medium" and the investment risk level of Sprott Enhanced Balanced Fund and Sprott Enhanced Balanced Class has changed from "Low to Medium" to "Low".
These changes will be reflected in an amendment to the simplified prospectus of the Funds dated April 23, 2015 and updated Fund Facts, which will be filed with Canadian securities regulators on or about July 17, 2015.
The investment objectives and strategies of the Funds will not change as a result of these changes.
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