ACM Advisors Ltd.

ACM Advisors Ltd.

October 15, 2009 15:35 ET

ACM Commercial Mortgage Fund Reports $9.9 Million Growth in the Third Quarter of 2009

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire – Oct. 15, 2009) - The ACM Commercial Mortgage Fund grew 16.5% in net subscriptions, representing $9.9 million for the three months ended September 30, 2009, to achieve over $55 million in total assets. The portfolio manager has funded or committed to fund $18 million in excellent quality conservative new investments during this period. (FundSERV: "MOR120", "MOR130", "MOR140", "MOR150", and "MOR160" / respectively Classes F, B, C, D, and E)

Highlights:

  • Yield Premium: Monthly Net Distributions of 6.00% p.a. (Class F units) and 5.55% p.a. (Class B/C/D/E units)
  • Capital Protection: Stable Net Asset Value closing the quarter at $103.5744/unit
  • $9.9 million in Net Subscriptions for the Third Quarter of 2009

The Quarterly Report for the period ended September 30, 2009 is available at www.acma.ca.

For all new subscriptions, please use the updated Subscription Agreement for the ACM Commercial Mortgage Fund at www.acma.ca/documents/CMF-Subscription-Agreement.pdf. This new agreement incorporates regulatory changes put in place by the newly implemented National Instrument 31-103.

The ACM Commercial Mortgage Fund provides superior returns to its investors from stable, cash flowing investments, secured by a pool of Canadian commercial mortgages prudently underwritten by ACM Advisors Ltd. As an open-ended private mutual fund trust, this fund is available to private and institutional investors with both registered and non-registered accounts.

ACM Advisors Ltd., the fund's portfolio manager, is a privately owned portfolio management company based in Vancouver. Presently, ACM Advisors Ltd. has assets under management of $880 million in various fixed-income funds. Since inception in 1992, funds managed by ACM Advisors Ltd. have never experienced a loan loss.

This news release has been prepared for information purposes only and should not be construed as a solicitation for, or offering of, an investment in securities. These securities can only be purchased by way of Offering Memorandum.

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