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Inuvialuit Investment Corporation

Established through the Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA), Inuvialuit Investment Corporation (IIC) received a major portion of the financial compensation flowing from the IFA.

Today, IIC oversees a diversified securities portfolio that includes the Inuvialuit Heritage Fund, as well as funds held on behalf of other IRC subsidiaries, the Inuvialuit Harvesters Assistance Trust and the Community Corporations. The portfolio is managed by several Canadian institutional fund managers.

IIC's mandate is to increase overall portfolio value using conservative strategies to preserve capital and benefit future generations of Inuvialuit. In order to balance risk and return, IIC has adopted an asset allocation model that sets permissible ranges of Canadian, United States and foreign equity content as well as credit quality and risk concentration limits.  

IIC’s specific objectives are to:

  • Protect the value of the investment funds entrusted to IIC
  • Earn a before-tax real rate of return of 5% over the long-term
  • Manage investment funds on behalf of other members of the Inuvialuit Corporate Group, the Inuvialuit Harvesters Assistance Trust, and the Community Corporations

In order to balance risk and return objectives, IIC adopted a revised Statement of Investment Policies and Goals in 1977. The resulting asset allocation model set investment targets of 60% equities and 35% fixed income securities, with permissible deviations of up to 5%.



IIC Chair, Floyd Roland, reported that IIC did very well in 2017 despite a volatile market. The managers are monitoring the markets and looking at indicators like interest rates, oil prices, NAFTA and TPP talks. Assets allocations continue to be within the Statement of Investment Policies and Goals (SIP&G).

The total Inuvialuit portfolio value of investment was $464.3 million at December 31, 2017.



Floyd Roland - Chair

Evelyn Storr - Vice-Chair

Alison Lennie - Board Member

Barry James - Board Member

Phyllis Clark - Board Member