iA Clarington Investments announces February 2019 distributions for Active ETF Series
TORONTO – February 22, 2019 / CNW / - IA Clarington Investments Inc. (“iA Clarington”) today announced the February 2019 distributions for its Active ETF Series. Unitholders of record as of March 1, 2019 will receive cash distributions payable on March 11, 2019.
Per-unit distributions are detailed below:
|Active ETF Series||Ticker||Distribution per unit||CUSIP|
|IA Clarington Core Plus Bond Fund||ICPB||$0.02300||44931X109|
|IA Clarington Global Bond Fund||IGLB||$0.03567||44932A108|
|IA Clarington Emerging Markets Bond Fund||IEMB||$0.00000||44932C104|
For more information about IA Clarington Active ETF Series, please visit iaclarington.com/ETF
About IA Clarington Investments Inc.
A subsidiary of Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc. – Canada’s fourth-largest life and health insurance company – iA Clarington offers a wide range of investment products, including actively managed mutual funds, managed portfolio solutions, Active ETF Series and socially responsible investments. As of January 31, 2019, iA Clarington has more than $14 billion in assets under management. For more information, please visit iaclarington.com
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