(1) Source: Thomson Reuters as at December 31, 2018;
(2) Returns are for the periods ended December 31, 2018. Past performance does not necessarily indicate how the Corporation will perform in the future. The returns of the Corporation are based on Net Book Value per share (Net Asset Value per share prior to January 2017) and assumes that dividends made by the Corporation on the shares in the periods shown were reinvested at Net Book Value (Net Asset Value per share prior to January 2017) in additional shares of the Corporation. The performance of the Corporation is calculated after deducting such fees and expenses and includes the impact of leverage.
(3) Source: Brompton, Thomson Reuters;
(4) Inception date June 28, 2013
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