Redwood Asset Management Inc. Announces Final Annual Capital Gains Distribution

Redwood Asset Management Inc. (“Redwood”) today announced the final annual capital gains distributions for its open-end exchange-traded funds (“Funds”) with a December 15, 2017 tax year end. The distributions represent capital gains realized during the year and will not be paid in cash, but will be reinvested in additional units and the resulting units immediately consolidated so that the number of units held by each investor will not change.

Unitholders of record at close of business on December 20, 2017, will receive the 2017 capital gains distributions.

 Redwood expects to announce the final annual distribution amounts for closed-end funds with a December 15, 2017 tax year on or about December 20, 2017, if necessary, and expects to announce the final annual distribution amounts for closed-end funds with a December 31, 2017 tax year on or about January 6, 2018, if necessary. Redwood expects to announce the final annual distribution amounts for Redwood Fund Corp. and Connected Wealth Funds Inc., which are mutual fund corporations, on or about January 15, 2018, if necessary. All annual capital gains distributions are considered notional distributions and are automatically reinvested in the funds at the time of the distribution.

 

Open-End Funds Exchange Symbol Final Annual Capital Gains Distribution Per Unit
Redwood Mutual Fund Trusts
Redwood Canadian Preferred Share Fund – ETF Units RPS $ 0.1033
Redwood U.S. Preferred Share Fund – ETF Units RPU1 $ 0.4700
Redwood U.S. Preferred Share Fund Non-Currency Hedged – ETF Units RPU.B / RPU.U
Redwood Emerging Markets Dividend Fund – ETF Units REM

 

(1) RPU realized capital gains in 2017 primarily from hedging US dollar exposure.

 

 

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