Liquidity and good returns are key for Preservation Trust

Toronto's JC Clark aims to offer investors a slightly different perspective on the North American continent, by keeping at least 55% of assets in its long/short Preservation Trust invested in stocks listed on Canada's markets.

The firm's founder and lead manager on the trust, John Clark, chairman of the board of governors of the Toronto Stock Exchange between 1995 to 1997, says he started the fund in 1999 mainly to preserve family assets ' hence its name ' but opened it to external investors as

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