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“Relentlessly strive for the best; as only the virtuous ones can bear the utmost burden”. We relentlessly pursue the principles of honesty and trust, we value our shareholders, borrowers, and our dedicated professional employees.


Since the company was founded nine and a half years ago, we have been achieving stable and high returns (8.24% – 8.35%). We have invested in 602 mortgages in total with a cumulative loan amount of $770.08 million, yielding a cumulative dividend distribution of $54,056,411 made up of 38 regular dividends and 2 special dividends. We continue to gain the trust of more and more investors every month. GMIC endeavors to build a national presence managing assets of $210.60 million and a mortgage portfolio of $209.61 million for 644 shareholders. 

COVID-19, which emerged in late December 2019, directly impacted the investment markets with a dramatic decline and caused many investors to suffer significant losses. In contrast, GMIC continued to pay a stable dividend of 2% in each quarter of 2020 and 2021. We are now happy to announce that we will distribute the targeted dividend for Q2 of our 2022 fiscal year. This once again is a reminder of the importance of asset allocation and verifies the value of GMIC as an alternative investment product. 

Gentai group has 29 full-time employees including a management team of 6 seasoned professionals. We are glad to announce that a new fund was launched in June. Since Gentai’s inception in 2012, a series of funds have been strategically planned to not only gain market share in the increasing Canadian mortgage market, but also give investors options to choose investments based on proper asset allocation strategies with an aim to achieve long term wealth creation. The Gentai Residential Mortgage Fund (GREF) will deploy investments into residential mortgages only, with a mandate for capital preservation, and a targeted yield of 5%-7%. This diversified pool of residential mortgages will be concentrated in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario. As of March 31, 2022, total mortgage portfolio is $57,743,463. Please contact a Dealing Representative for details. 


As of March 31, 2022, Gentai Capital has managed GMIC for over 9 years, funding 602 mortgages totalling $770.08 million, successfully achieving the target annual return of 8.24%*, and consistently paying dividends (38 dividends + 2 special dividends) with total dividends paid of $ $54,056,411.


Highlights for the quarter

  • Record mortgage interest income of $4.55 million
  • Mortgage portfolio of $210 million
  • The loan portfolio has an average loan-to-value (LTV) of 63%
  • High-quality mortgage investment portfolio



GMIC – Mortgage Portfolio Analysis – As of March 31, 2022


By Mortgage Loan-to-Value Ratio (LTV):

  • As of March 31th, 2022, the average loan-to-value (LTV) is 63%.


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* There is no guarantee of performance. Past performance may not be repeated.

We wish to thank our investors for your trust and support. It is our responsibility and our pride to provide you with a stable return on investment. ​We sincerely wish you and your family good health in this difficult period. Within the one year since the epidemic, Gentai took advantage of the Zoom platform to provide professional investment seminars and taste life series seminars to shareholders and their friends. Not only is the live broadcast getting handier, but with the efforts of excellence, the activities are fulfilling the needs of shareholders. The Gentai team repays the trust and support of shareholders with professionalism and sincerity.


Gentai Capital Corporation (Vancouver)

#200 – 3600 No. 3 Road,
Richmond BC V6X 2C1

T: 604.638.1580
F: 604.630.7266
Toll-Free: 1-855-982-6699
Lending Department Office

Unit 805, North Tower, International Trade Centre,
8400 West Road, Richmond BC V6X 0S7

Toronto Office

#228-505 Highway 7 E

Thornhill, ON, L3T 7T1
T: 905-597-6606


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