MONTREAL , Jan. 23, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - O'Leary Funds Management LP , a leading destination for income-oriented Canadian investors, is pleased to announce that the O'Leary Canadian Bond Yield Fund has received the A+ Rating award at the annual FundGrade ® A+ Awards, an event that recognizes high performing Canadian investment funds. "We are very honoured to receive this recognition", said Connor O'Brien , CEO of O'Leary Funds and President of Stanton Asset Management Inc. the portfolio advisor to the O'Leary family of funds. "I want to acknowledge the hard work of our investment team and express my appreciation to investors and investment advisors for their continued support. At O'Leary Funds, we strive to provide investors with award winning investment solutions based on our value-yield investment philosophy." The FundGrade® A+ Rating identifies funds with the best risk-adjusted returns and is awarded annually to funds that have achieved consistently high FundGrade® scores through an entire calendar year. Achieving a FundGrade® A+ Rating denotes inclusion in an exclusive group, because less than 4% of the eligible investment fund products available in Canada have received a FundGrade® A+ Rating. A detailed explanation as to how FundGrade® is calculated can be found at www.fundata.com . About O'Leary Funds O'Leary Funds Management LP is a Canadian investment fund manager of mutual funds and closed-end funds striving to provide Canadian investors with reliable and strategic income solutions. Based on our value-yield investment philosophy, Canadian and global investment opportunities are identified through a disciplined investment process. Our core principles, Income, Capital Appreciation and Capital Preservation, are driven by each portfolios investment objectives. Our portfolios are diversified by sector, region and asset class. For more details about O'Leary Funds, visit www.olearyfunds.com . SOURCE O'Leary Funds Management LP
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