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Readers are hereby advised that any material contained in newsletters, email correspondence or the website published by SIC should be used solely for informational purposes. Readers should always conduct their own research and due diligence and seek professional advice prior to making an investment decision.
SIC will not be held liable for any loss or damages arising directly or indirectly as a result of a reader’s reliance on information obtained from our newsletters, our website or email correspondence. Our opinions and analyses are based on sources believed to be accurate and reliable and are written in good faith, but no representation or warranty, expressed or implied, is to be made as to their accuracy or completeness. All information should be independently verified, and SIC is not responsible for errors, omissions or for providing future updates. There are dangers to acting on the information provided as investment markets alter daily and developments may have rendered the information, analysis
The information contained on SIC’s website, in its newsletters and any other material published by SIC, does not constitute a representation or a solicitation for the purchase or sale of securities or form part of an offer to provide investment management or advisory services.
The materials on this website may be out of date and SIC makes no commitment to update the materials on this website.
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SIC’s Performance Results
With respect to all performance data, such as the annual and quarterly return performance of SIC’s global managed portfolios or SIC’s investment instruments, as published on this website or as distributed by other means, past performance is no guarantee of future results. These results are published for informational purposes only and do not constitute or form part of an offer to provide investment management or advisory services, other than pursuant to an investment management agreement in compliance with applicable laws, rules
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HOW TO SUBMIT A COMPLAINT
Filing a Complaint with Us
If you have a complaint about our products or services, please contact our Chief Compliance Officer, Terence K. Shaunessy, at email@example.com or mail a letter to Shaunessy Investment Counsel, 615 15th Avenue SW, Suite 102, Calgary, AB T2R 0R4. Please include what went wrong, when it happened and what you expect, for
We will acknowledge your complaint in writing typically within 5 business days of receiving your complaint. To resolve your complaint, we may ask you to provide clarification or more information.
We provide our decision in writing within 90 days of receiving a complaint. The decision will include a summary of the complaint, the results of our investigation, our decision to make an offer to resolve or deny the complaint, and an explanation of our decision. If we cannot provide you with our decision within 90 days, we will inform you of the delay, explain why our decision is delayed, and provide you with a new date for our decision.
If you are not satisfied, you may be eligible for the independent dispute resolution service offered by the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments (“OBSI”). If you are a Québec resident, you may consider the free mediation service offered by the Autorité des marchés financiers.
Taking Your Complaint to the OBSI
You may be eligible for OBSI’s free and independent dispute resolution service if we do not provide our decision within 90 days after you made your complaint, or you are not satisfied with our decision. OBSI can recommend compensation of up to $350,000. OBSI’s service is available to clients of SIC,
You may use OBSI’s service if your complaint relates to a trading or advising activity of SIC or by one of our representatives, you brought your complaint to us within 6 years from the time that you first knew, or ought to have known, about the event that caused the complaint, and you file your complaint with OBSI according to its time limits. If we do not provide you with our decision within 90 days, you can take your complaint to OBSI any time after the 90-day period has ended. If you are not satisfied with our decision, you have up to 180 days after we provide you with our decision to take your complaint to OBSI.
OBSI can help you best if you promptly provide all relevant information, including your name and contact information, SIC’s name and contact information, the names and contact information of any of our representatives who have been involved in your complaint, details of your complaint and all relevant documents, including any correspondence and notes of discussions with us.
OBSI works confidentially and informally. It is not like going to court, and you do not need a lawyer. During its investigation, OBSI may interview you and representatives of SIC. We are required to cooperate in OBSI’s investigations. Once OBSI has completed its investigation, it will provide its recommendations, which are not binding, to you and us. OBSI can recommend compensation of up to $350,000. If your claim is greater, you will have to agree to that limit on any compensation you seek through OBSI. If you want to recover more than $350,000, you may want to consider another option to resolve your complaint, such as legal action. You always have the right to go to a lawyer or seek other ways of resolving your dispute at any time. A lawyer can advise you of your options. There are time limits for taking legal action. Delays could limit your options and legal rights later on.
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