Welcome to Fisgard Capital II Corporation

Here’s what makes us different.

We have enthusiastically responded to investor suggestions and requests and have created a brand new mortgage investment fund to meets their needs.

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Higher return – 7.5% for 2015 based on Series A5 [5-year] Preferred Shares
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Opportunity for a yearly dividend bonus based on fund performance
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Five investment options (1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 year)
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A fixed return – for 2016 7.5% – established at the beginning of each year. The actual dividends paid will depend on a variety of factors. See the Offering Memorandum for further information on FCIIC’s dividend policy.
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Monthly dividend distributions
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Enhanced liquidity through early redemption and monthly redemption opportunities
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Share purchases at Net Asset Value (NAV) compared to $1.00 per share purchase price

 

Popular features we’ve maintained

  • One of the lowest registered plan costs in Canada ($24 per year for the RESP accounts, $36 per for the TFSA accounts, $42 per year for the RDSP accounts and $100 per year for the RRSP, RRIF and other accounts such as the Spousal RRSP, Spousal RRIF, LIF, LRIF, LIRA and IPP)
  • Choice of non-registered cash investments as well as the full array of registered plans referenced above
  • Flexibility to receive cash dividends for income or reinvesting your dividends for growth (with the option to convert from one dividend election to the other on short notice)
  • Convenience of receiving dividends by direct deposit
  • Personalized friendly service from our Dealer Representatives
  • 24-hour online access to your investment information

As always, with Fisgard you can:

  • Start small if you wish. Open an account with just $1,000.
  • Invest monthly rather than in a lump sum.
  • Save money. Our trustee fees are among the lowest in Canada.
  • Stay flexible. Go with 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 year series. Take your dividends in cash for income or reinvest your dividends for growth.

*Before considering an investment please request a copy of Fisgard’s Offering Memorandum that details risk. Mortgage investments are not guaranteed, returns may fluctuate and past performance may not be repeated.