Exchange Bulletin

Mulvihill Canadian Bank Enhanced Yield ETF (CBNK) To Trade On Toronto Stock Exchange

February 24, 2022

Issuer: Mulvihill Canadian Bank Enhanced Yield ETF (the "ETF")

SecuritySymbolIssued and Outstanding SecuritiesReserved SecuritiesIssue Price
Units CBNK 100,000 None $10
Listing category: Non-Corporate
Trading currency: CDN$
Transaction: Initial public offering of Units (the "Offering")
Anticipated closing date: February 25, 2022
Listing date: February 25, 2022 (as at 5:01 pm) in anticipation of closing of the Offering.
Posted for trading date: February 28, 2022 (at the opening) subject to confirmation of closing of the Offering.
Other market(s): None
Designated market maker: National Bank Financial Inc.
Security ownershipregistration: CDS book-based system, which will be effected in non-certificated form.
Investor relations: John Germain
Senior Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer
Incorporation: The ETF is an exchange traded mutual fund established as a trust under the laws of the Province of Ontario pursuant to a declaration of trust dated February 14, 2022.
Manager and Trustee: Mulvihill Capital Management Inc.
Fiscal year end: December 31
Nature of business: The ETF seeks to provide the holders of Units with long-term capital appreciation through exposure to a portfolio consisting principally of common shares of Bank of Montreal, The Bank of Nova Scotia, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, National Bank of Canada, Royal Bank of Canada and The Toronto-Dominion Bank and monthly cash distributions.
Transfer agent and registrar: TSX Trust Company at its principal offices in Toronto.
Distributions: Cash distributions on Units of the ETF are expected to be made on a monthly basis.
Sponsorship: Not applicable
Offering document: Prospectus dated February 14, 2022, 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 $10.00 per Unit. Units are being issued and sold on a continuous basis and there is no maximum number of Units that may be issued.
TSX contact: Selma Thaver,
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