Hamilton Capital Announces HBG September 2016 Distribution

TORONTO, Sept. 21, 2016 /CNW/ – Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (“Hamilton Capital“) is pleased to announce a distribution for the Hamilton Capital Global Bank ETF (ticker “HBG“), which trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange, for the period ended September 30, 2016.

The ex-dividend date for the distribution is anticipated to be September 28, 2016, for all unitholders of record on September 30, 2016. The distribution will be paid in cash, or if the unitholder has enrolled in the dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP), reinvested in additional units of HBG, on or about October 13, 2016.

ETF Name Ticker Symbol Distribution per Unit Annualized Yield *  Frequency
Hamilton Capital Global Bank ETF HBG $0.11500 2.60% Quarterly

* Calculated using the September 16, 2016 net asset value per unit, which is available at www.hamilton-capital.com

Distributions will vary from period to period.

About Hamilton Capital Partners Inc. (www.hamilton-capital.com)

Hamilton Capital is an investment manager headquartered in Toronto. Specializing in global financial services, its team of professionals has 50 years of experience. The firm employs a specialized investment process, augmented by proprietary research, analysis, and analytical tools to manage its portfolio of investment products. Hamilton Capital is an active commentator on the global financial services sector. The firm’s most recent Insights can be found at www.hamilton-capital.com.

SOURCE Hamilton Capital Partners Inc.

For further information: Patrick Sommerville, Managing Director, Business Development, 416-941-9250, psommerville@hamilton-capital.com

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