Exchange Bulletin

IA Clarington Global Allocation Fund (IGAF) To Trade On Toronto Stock Exchange

October 31, 2019

Issuer: IA Clarington Global Allocation Fund (the "ETF")

SecuritySymbolIssued and Outstanding SecuritiesReserved SecuritiesIssue Price
ETF Series Units IGAF 100,000 None $10.00
Listing category: Non-Corporate
Trading currency: CDN$
Transaction: Initial public offering of ETF Series Units (the "Offering")
Anticipated closing date: October 31, 2019
Listing date: November 1, 2019 (as at 5:01 pm) in anticipation of closing of the Offering.
Posted for trading date: November 4, 2019 (at the opening) subject to confirmation of closing of the Offering.
Other market(s): None
Designated market maker: National Bank Financial Inc.
Security ownership registration: CDS Book-entry only
Investor relations: Rob Martin
VP, Product Management & Product Marketing
(416) 860-9880 x8070 
Incorporation: The ETF is an open-ended mutual fund trust governed by a master declaration of trust as amended and restated pursuant to Schedule A dated September 9, 2019 under the laws of Ontario.
Manager and Trustee: IA Clarington Investments Inc.
Fiscal year end: March 31
Nature of business: The ETF invests primarily in equity securities, fixed income investments and money market instruments from around the world.
Transfer agent and registrar: TSX Trust Company at its principal office in Toronto.
Distributions: The ETF intends to pay a cash distribution monthly.
Sponsorship: Not applicable
Offering document: Amendment No. 1 dated September 9, 2019 to the Simplified Prospectus dated June 18, 2019 (together, the "Prospectus"), which is available at Capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein are as defined in the Prospectus.
Initial public offering: 100,000 ETF Series Units will be issued at a subscription price of $10.00 per Unit. The ETF is authorized to issue an unlimited number of Units, each of which represents an equal, undivided interest in the net assets of the ETF. Units of the ETF are being issued and sold on a continuous basis and there is no maximum number of Units that may be issued.
TSX contact: Chris Birkett,
Toronto Stock Exchange.