Investment Objective

To generate long-term growth of capital through market appreciation and income generation. 

Investment Team

The portfolio is managed by a team of five research professionals whose three key members average 16 years with the firm and determine which securities are purchased for the portfolio.

Performance

As of 09/30/2021

YTD

5.73%

1 Year

12.92%

3 Year

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5 Year

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10 Year

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Inception
(03/01/2019)

8.29%

Composition

The portfolio is a globally diversified, actively-allocated multi-asset class collection of ETFs with a focus on income generation.

25% - 55% Equities

Investment Process

Asset allocation is determined through a qualitative assessment of a complementary set of quantitative indicators. In managing the portfolio, a “top-down” approach is used to identify areas of opportunity and risk and adjust the portfolio’s asset allocation as the market and economic environment changes. The goal is to allocate assets toward areas where risks are low and opportunities are high, and similarly, avoid areas of the market demonstrating high risk and low opportunity. The firm's Investment Policy Group first issues broad guidance for multi-asset class portfolio asset allocation based on the firm's economic and market outlook. Then, using a variety of economic, valuation, liquidity, and sentiment data, Manning & Napier’s Quantitative Strategies Group makes stock/bond asset allocation decisions as well as more specific asset class, sector, region, or country allocation decisions based on their indicators’ assessment of the likely risk/reward of each asset class. Once the desired asset class mix is determined, ETFs are selected based on desired market exposure, structure, and cost of ownership (expense ratios, trading costs, etc.) to achieve the target asset allocation.

The Manning & Napier Managed ETF Portfolio – Income Composite (MEP – Income), previously known as the Fi360 ETF – Income Composite, is a weighted average of separately managed accounts managed under the MEP – Income strategy. Accounts in this composite must have a market value greater than $100,000 and tenure of at least one month under our management. The MEP – Income strategy has a blended investment objective that invests in exchange-traded funds, primarily U.S. equity with some non-U.S. equity, and fixed income exchange-traded funds. The primary objective of accounts in this composite is the pursuit of growth of capital, with an emphasis on income generation, at a level adequate to preserve the long-term purchasing power of assets. Equity exposure for accounts in this composite typically ranges from 25% to 55% with situational adjustments within this range at our discretion. Net-of-fee returns are based off of actual fees. They are after brokerage commissions, reinvested income, advisory fees, and if applicable, the fees of the Investor’s Personal Financial Advisor, but before custodian costs. Also, accounts subject to solicitation fees may incur as much as 0.15% in additional expenses. Fees will vary with size and circumstances and these fee differentials would impact returns accordingly. Past performance does not guarantee future results. All returns were earned in USD and are stated here in USD. All data are subject to revision. Performance for periods greater than one year is annualized.

Investment Objective

To generate long-term growth of capital through market appreciation and income generation. 

Investment Team

The portfolio is managed by a team of five research professionals whose three key members average 16 years with the firm and determine which securities are purchased for the portfolio.

Composition

The portfolio is a globally diversified, actively-allocated multi-asset class collection of ETFs with a focus on income generation.

25% - 55% Equities

Performance

As of 09/30/2021

YTD

5.73%

1 Year

12.92%

3 Year

---

5 Year

---

10 Year

---

Inception
(03/01/2019)

8.29%

Investment Process

Asset allocation is determined through a qualitative assessment of a complementary set of quantitative indicators. In managing the portfolio, a “top-down” approach is used to identify areas of opportunity and risk and adjust the portfolio’s asset allocation as the market and economic environment changes. The goal is to allocate assets toward areas where risks are low and opportunities are high, and similarly, avoid areas of the market demonstrating high risk and low opportunity. The firm's Investment Policy Group first issues broad guidance for multi-asset class portfolio asset allocation based on the firm's economic and market outlook. Then, using a variety of economic, valuation, liquidity, and sentiment data, Manning & Napier’s Quantitative Strategies Group makes stock/bond asset allocation decisions as well as more specific asset class, sector, region, or country allocation decisions based on their indicators’ assessment of the likely risk/reward of each asset class. Once the desired asset class mix is determined, ETFs are selected based on desired market exposure, structure, and cost of ownership (expense ratios, trading costs, etc.) to achieve the target asset allocation.

The Manning & Napier Managed ETF Portfolio – Income Composite (MEP – Income), previously known as the Fi360 ETF – Income Composite, is a weighted average of separately managed accounts managed under the MEP – Income strategy. Accounts in this composite must have a market value greater than $100,000 and tenure of at least one month under our management. The MEP – Income strategy has a blended investment objective that invests in exchange-traded funds, primarily U.S. equity with some non-U.S. equity, and fixed income exchange-traded funds. The primary objective of accounts in this composite is the pursuit of growth of capital, with an emphasis on income generation, at a level adequate to preserve the long-term purchasing power of assets. Equity exposure for accounts in this composite typically ranges from 25% to 55% with situational adjustments within this range at our discretion. Net-of-fee returns are based off of actual fees. They are after brokerage commissions, reinvested income, advisory fees, and if applicable, the fees of the Investor’s Personal Financial Advisor, but before custodian costs. Also, accounts subject to solicitation fees may incur as much as 0.15% in additional expenses. Fees will vary with size and circumstances and these fee differentials would impact returns accordingly. Past performance does not guarantee future results. All returns were earned in USD and are stated here in USD. All data are subject to revision. Performance for periods greater than one year is annualized.


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