This site is only intended to provide you with information about SW8 Asset Management Inc. and the SW8 Funds and is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to purchase any security and may not be relied upon for investment purposes. Prospective investors should rely solely on the applicable Offering Memorandum which outlines investor eligibility and the risk factors in making a decision to invest.
No representations or warranties of any kind are intended or should be inferred with respect to the economic return or the tax consequences from an investment in the hedge funds managed by SW8 Asset Management Inc. (the "SW8 Funds"). The SW8 Funds are intended for sophisticated investors who can accept the risks associated with such an investment including a substantial or complete loss of their investment.
All performance data contained on this site represents past performance. The SW8 Funds are not guaranteed and past performance may not be repeated. An investment in one of the SW8 Funds may be subject to commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses. The posted rates of return are net of all fees and expenses and are the historical monthly compounded total returns of the share class indicated but do not take into account possible sales or redemption charges or income taxes payable. Market indexes are provided for information only and comparisons to indexes have limitations. The S&P/TSX Composite Index and S&P 500 Index are widely-known equity indexes of Canadian and US large-cap companies respectively. Investing in US and Canadian equities long and short is the primary strategy for SW8 but SW8 does not invest in all or necessarily any of the securities that compose the market indexes. Reference to the market indexes does not imply that SW8 will achieve returns similar to the indexes. Source of market index performance is Bloomberg L.P.
The Sharpe ratio is hypothetical and is calculated using monthly standard deviation and domestic 10 year treasury rates. Annualized returns are calculated using monthly compounded returns, net of all fees and expenses. Market returns are expressed as total returns assuming the reinvestment of dividends.