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First Asset Investment Management is to terminate the First Asset Cambridge Core US Equity ETF (FCY and FCY.B) and First Asset Cambridge Global Dividend ETF (FCW and FCW.B) on or about 3 December 2018.   

The Manager will request the de-listing of the units of each Fund from the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) on or about 30 November 2018. Until such date, units of the Funds will continue to be listed on the TSX. 
 
As soon as practicable following the Termination Date, the net assets of each Fund will be liquidated and the proceeds therefrom distributed pro rata among holders of record of the Fund on the Termination Date. First Asset will issue an additional press release on or about the Termination Date confirming final details of the terminations.

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