Provide your clients with enhanced exposure to the performance of Signature Income & Growth Fund ...
  • Notes offer 150% exposure to the positive total return, but only 100% of the negative return of Signature Income & Growth Fund a diversified Canadian fund with significant global content.2
  • Tax efficient distributions are notionally reinvested to provide tax-deferred growth and interest income is not paid until maturity.
  • An investment in the Notes will outperform a direct investment if the total return of the Fund is more than 3.69% a year. Historically, Signature Income & Growth has returned 10.32% annually since inception.
  • Proven management from CI Investments' award-winning Signature Advisors3, led by Eric Bushell and James Dutkiewicz.
  • Eight-year note is not principal protected.

Signature Income & Growth Fund

Performance to May 31, 2007 (annualized Total Return)

1 yr
3 yr
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*Since November 2000

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Information for Advisors:
  • Greensheet
  • Shelf Prospectus
  • Pricing Supplement
  • PowerPoint

  • 1 Capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein have the meaning ascribed thereto in pricing supplement No. 1 dated June 18, 2007.
    2 Net of fees and based on $95.00 per Note.
    3 Signature Advisors of Toronto, a division of CI Investments Inc., has won the following awards: 2004 Canadian Income Trust Fund of the Year – Signature High Income Fund; 2002 and 2001 Best Dividend Fund – Signature Dividend Fund; and 2001 Best Canadian Equity Fund – Signature Select Canadian Fund.


    The Notes are not principal protected and an investor may receive less than the original principal amount at maturity. The Notes do not provide investors with a return or income stream prior to maturity and the return is not determinable prior to maturity. Any payment on the Notes at maturity will depend on the performance of the portfolio and the Notes may return as little as $1.00 of the original principal amount invested per Note. Details regarding the calculation and payment of the amount payable on maturity, the notional portfolio and certain risk factors are contained in pricing supplement No. 1 (the “Pricing Supplement”) dated June 18, 2007 and the short form base shelf prospectus (the “Prospectus”) dated April 11, 2007 of CIBC. Please see the Pricing Supplement and the Prospectus for more details about the Notes.

    The offering of the Notes constitutes a public offering of securities only in the jurisdictions where they may be lawfully offered for sale and therein only by persons permitted to sell such securities. No securities regulatory authority has in any way passed upon the merits of the Notes and any representation to the contrary is an offence.