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  • Borrower Fund Summaries – February 2014 | ACM Advisors Ltd.
    Canadian investors Read more Commercial mortgages are not the market Read more No loan losses in any ACM fund Read more ACM funds have generated over 700 million of income for our investors Read more News All Notes from the field 3 Financing Newsletter 7 Company News 13 Press Releases 5 Newsletter Please sign up for our newsletter to receive updates from ACM Advisors Borrower Fund Summaries February 2014 February

    Original URL path: http://www.acma.ca/borrower-fund-summaries/ (2016-04-26)
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  • ACM Commercial Mortgage Fund Announces 2013 Fund Highlights and 2014 Distribution Setting | ACM Advisors Ltd.
    04 Class B Class C Class D and Class E from 1 38 to 1 25 A total of 127 0 million in new mortgages were funded in 2013 representing 17 individual transactions These new loans further enhanced the diversification of the Fund and increased the total number of investments within the portfolio to 44 Importantly all investments in the Fund remain current and are being repaid as agreed For the year ended December 31 2013 the Fund generated the following returns net of all fees and expenses Class I and Class F 3 46 Class A 3 21 Class B Class C Class D and Class E 3 00 Assumes all distributions are reinvested in the Fund During the year interest rates went up with the yield on the 10 year Government of Canada bond increasing by almost one per cent With credit spreads remaining relatively flat over the course of the year the increase in rates caused the Fund s Net Asset Value NAV to decline by approximately 1 9 Given the shorter duration of the Fund 2 8 years as at year end the impact of increasing rates was lessened and the income generated by the portfolio more than offset this NAV decline as evidenced by the net returns above The effects from the increase in interest rates can also be seen in the annual performance of general Canadian bond market indices DEX Universe 1 19 DEX 91 day T Bil l 1 01 DEX Short Term 1 74 DEX Mid Term 0 63 DEX Long Term 6 16 DEX Real Return 13 07 DEX Corporate 0 84 Source PC Bond 2014 Distribution Setting As a mutual fund trust the Fund distributes all income to its unitholders The monthly distribution per unit is set based on an

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  • December 2013 Financing Newsletter | ACM Advisors Ltd.
    Canadian investors Read more Commercial mortgages are not the market Read more No loan losses in any ACM fund Read more ACM funds have generated over 700 million of income for our investors Read more News All Notes from the field 3 Financing Newsletter 7 Company News 13 Press Releases 5 Newsletter Please sign up for our newsletter to receive updates from ACM Advisors December 2013 Financing Newsletter December 23

    Original URL path: http://www.acma.ca/december-2013-financing-newsletter/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Newsletter 2013-Q3 | ACM Advisors Ltd.
    market Read more No loan losses in any ACM fund Read more ACM funds have generated over 700 million of income for our investors Read more News All Notes from the field 3 Financing Newsletter 7 Company News 13 Press Releases 5 Newsletter Please sign up for our newsletter to receive updates from ACM Advisors Newsletter 2013 Q3 October 23 2013 ACM ACM Newsletter 2013 Q3 Check out the latest

    Original URL path: http://www.acma.ca/newsletter-2013-q3/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Gordon Allan | ACM Advisors Ltd.
    Stevenson Stella Kam Sonia Hunaus Bonita Blanco Cynthia Tomasone Jeff Jones Sales Marketing Lezlie Mintz Operations Chad Mercer Romain Collet Brenda Lee Colin Young Marshall Gaw Tony Lai Colette Ward Madill Jordan Ross Marla Collier Gordon Allan Co Founder Co Chairman Co Chief Executive Officer gallan acma ca 604 661 0650 Gord has been involved in real estate financing and fund management services for over 35 years Prior to co

    Original URL path: http://www.acma.ca/company/people/gordon-allan/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Portfolio | ACM Advisors Ltd.
    Read more ACM funds have generated over 700 million of income for our investors Read more BACK ACM Commercial Mortgage Fund Overview Portfolio Performance How To Invest Portfolio The ACM Commercial Mortgage Fund portfolio is comprised of conservative first and second mortgages and investment grade tranches of Canadian commercial mortgage backed securities The portfolio manager s strategy is focused on arranging term loans secured by stabilized income producing properties across

    Original URL path: http://www.acma.ca/funds/cmf/portfolio/ (2016-04-26)
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  • The Canadian commercial mortgage landscape | ACM Advisors Ltd.
    market is estimated to be a 170 billion industry where the major suppliers include pension plans insurance companies banks credit unions private lenders and pooled funds such as ACM Advisors Types of Lending the Development Cycle Industry players may participate in land banking bridge lending construction lending term lending or some combination of these strategies opportunities that exist due to the borrower s ongoing capital requirements during the development cycle

    Original URL path: http://www.acma.ca/industrylandscape/ (2016-04-26)
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  • An introduction to the Canadian commercial mortgage industry | ACM Advisors Ltd.
    of our investors To help put this into perspective below is a brief summary of the Canadian commercial real estate and mortgage market The total Canadian commercial real estate market is estimated to include over 2 5 billion square feet of rentable space equivalent to approximately 30 000 Canadian football fields with the majority of properties located in Canada s six largest metropolitan areas Vancouver Edmonton Calgary Toronto Ottawa and Montreal often referred to as the VECTOM markets More than 45 of the nation s population resides in these six cities and we estimate that 85 to 90 of commercial real estate is located within these metropolitan areas The total market can be broken down by asset class as follows Office estimated to contain over 400 million square feet Industrial estimated to include 1 7 billion square feet Retail estimated to be between 400 million square feet and 700 million square feet and Multi family comprised of 1 85 million private rental apartments across Canada CMHC The Canadian commercial mortgage market total commercial mortgage balances outstanding is estimated to be 166 billion CMLS Financial The major mortgage lenders include banks credit unions insurance companies pension plans Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation CMHC and private lenders such as ACM The majority of commercial lending in the Canadian market takes the form of fixed interest rate 5 to 10 year term loans secured by stabilized real estate assets These loans are typically amortizing as opposed to interest only whereby some principal is paid back over the term of the loan Borrowers can also access shorter term construction and bridge financing to build or reposition their assets often featuring floating interest rates adjustable in line with a prescribed bank rate ACM focuses on term lending investments secured by stabilized income producing retail office

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