The Equitable Life Insurance Company of Canada is an independent mutual life insurance company that has been providing financial services and protection to Canadian families since 1920. Equitable Life offers a diverse family of segregated funds designed to protect and grow your assets, while providing long-term investors with the financial solutions needed to meet their goals. The Company’s continued adherence to disciplined investment guidelines and prudent risk controls are an integral part of its commitment to be a source of secure investment, providing competitive and consistent returns for its clients.

Quality and Performance

Equitable Life has carefully selected and partnered with some of the industry’s top performing and trusted investment management firms. Your portfolio can benefit from the knowledge and expertise of some of the world’s most respected financial minds. These alliances were selected based on their disciplined investment approach and enduring history of strong investment performance. By working together with our alliances, we can draw on the strengths of each organization and provide you with the “best of the best” when it comes to building a secure, high-performing portfolio.

Comprehensive Diversification

Equitable Life and its investment management alliances provide you with a comprehensive selection of segregated funds that allow you to diversify your assets, while maintaining your comfort and risk tolerance level. A wide selection enables you to have a well diversified portfolio not only geographically, but also by management style and asset class.

The Fund Facts information is accurate and complies with the requirements of applicable guidelines relating to individual variable insurance contracts as of the date it was prepared. If there is an error in the Fund Facts information outlined above, Equitable Life will use reasonable measures to correct the error but you will not be entitled to specific performance under the Policy. Any amount that is allocated to a segregated fund is invested at the risk of the contract holder and may increase or decrease in value.