Overseas Market Guaranteed Investment

Benefit from the potential of renowned companies from Europe and Asia

  • Capital 100% guaranteed at maturity
  • Variable return linked to the growth of 20 companies from Europe and Asia
  • Industry and geographic diversification
  • Minimum investment: $1,000

The Overseas Market Guaranteed Investment is right for you if you want to diversify your portfolio and enjoy potentially higher returns1 linked to the growth of recognized companies from Europe, Japan and Australia while protecting your investment.

For more details about the investment's features, see the fact sheet:

The basket of securities is made up of 20 major companies from a variety of economic sectors located overseas. Each company has the same weight in the basket.

Basket securities
3I Group Plc Givaudan SA
Allianz SE Investor AB
Amadeus IT Group SA Kone OYJ
Astellas Pharma Inc. L'Oreal SA
BASF SE Legal & General Group Plc
Bouygues SA Novo Nordisk A/S
BP Plc NTT DOCOMO Inc.
Engie SA Subaru Corporation
Eni SpA Swiss Re AG
Geberit AG Woolworths Group Limited

Geographic Allocation - France 15.00%, Japan 15.00%, Switzerland 15.00%, United Kingdom 15.00%, Germany 10.00%, Australia 5.00%, Denmark 5.00%, Finland 5.00%, Italy 5.00%, Spain 5.00%, Sweden 5.00%.

Note: The caisse makes no claim about future movements in the price of the stocks.

Overseas Market Guaranteed Investment
Term Fact Sheet Investment Agreement
5 years Fact Sheet - Overseas Market (PDF, 65 KB) Investment Agreement - Overseas Market (PDF, 74 KB)
  1. Variable return may be nil at maturity.Your capital is always guaranteed at maturity.

Information on MLGI rates of return is provided for your information only. This information will vary and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Desjardins cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information. Before investing, you should read the investment agreement, which can be found at www.desjardins.com/mlgi. In the event of a discrepancy between this site and the investment agreement, the investment agreement will prevail.