Ian Fung

Ian Fung, CFA
Portfolio Manager, Fixed Income

Ian joined Empire Life Investments Inc. in 2021 as a Portfolio Manager on the fixed income team. As a member of the Investment Team he provides investment management for segregated funds¹ and mutual funds².

Ian is the lead manager of the Empire Life Bond GIF³. He is the co-manager of the Empire Life Monthly Income Mutual Fund, Empire Life Monthly Income GIF³, Empire Life Asset Allocation GIF³, Empire Life Balanced GIF³, Empire Life Income GIF3, and Empire Life Global Balanced GIF³.

Ian has more than 10 years of investment industry experience with a proven background of managing a variety of credit securities. Prior to joining Empire Life Investments he managed credit portfolios and traded securities for several Canadian independent wealth management firms.

Ian holds a Bachelor of Arts, Economics from Queen’s University, and is also a CFA charterholder.

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3This is the marketing name for the fund. The legal name excludes “Empire Life” and “GIF” and includes “Fund” at the end of the name.
Empire Life Investments Inc. is the Portfolio Manager of the Empire Life segregated funds.
Empire Life Investments Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Empire Life Insurance Company.
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