Exchange Bulletin

Franklin Global Growth Active ETF (FGGE) To Trade On Toronto Stock Exchange

October 2, 2020

Issuer: Franklin Global Growth Active ETF (the "ETF")

SecuritySymbolIssued and Outstanding SecuritiesReserved SecuritiesIssue Price
Units FGGE 100,000 None $20.00
Listing category: Non-Corporate
Trading currency: CDN$
Transaction: Initial public offering of Units (the "Offering")
Listing date: October 5, 2020 (as at 5:01 pm) in anticipation of closing of the Offering.
Anticipated closing date: October 5, 2020 (prior to the opening)
Posted for trading date: October 6, 2020 (at the opening) subject to confirmation of closing of the Offering.
Other market(s): None
Designated market maker: BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc.
Security ownership registration: CDS book-entry only system
Investor relations: Sarah Kingdon
Manager, Corporate Communications - Canada

Stacey Coleman
Director/Head of Corporate Communications - Americas
Incorporation: The ETF is an exchange traded fund established as a trust under the laws of the Province of Ontario effective September 14, 2020 pursuant to an amended and restated master declaration of trust.
Manager and Trustee: Franklin Templeton Investments Corp.
Fiscal year end: September 30
Nature of business: The ETF seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation through exposure to equity securities of growth companies with any market size capitalization, located anywhere in the world, by investing substantially all of its assets in securities of Franklin Global Growth Fund (or its successor fund).
Transfer agent and registrar: State Street Trust Company Canada at its principal offices in Toronto.
Distributions: Cash distributions on Units of the ETF will be paid annually.
Sponsorship: Not applicable
Offering document: Prospectus dated September 15, 2020, which is available at Capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein are as defined in the Prospectus.
Initial public offering: 100,000 Units will be issued at a subscription price of $20.00 per Unit. 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,
Managing Director,
Toronto Stock Exchange.