National Bank Securities Inc. Announces Changes to the National Bank Securities Mutual Funds

National Bank Securities Inc. Announces Changes to the National Bank 
Securities Mutual Funds 
MONTREAL, May 2, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - National Bank Securities Inc. ("NBSI"), 
manager of the National Bank Securities Mutual Funds (the "Funds"), announced 
today that it was implementing changes to the Funds. Such changes will be 
reflected in the Simplified Prospectus of the National Bank Securities Mutual 
Funds which will be filed on or about May 12, 2014. 
First, NBSI announces a change in the risk rating associated with investments 
in certain Funds. NBSI has a risk rating policy based upon the guidelines 
established by the Investment Funds Institute of Canada which are themselves 
based primarily upon the variability of a mutual fund's returns. In the 
application of this policy, NBSI decided to change the risk rating of certain 
Funds, as indicated below. No material change has been made to the investment 
objectives, strategies or management of these Funds.   

    |                              |                    |               |
    |Name of Funds                 |Current Risk Rating |New Risk Rating|
    |                              |                    |               |
    |Altamira Corporate Bond Fund  |Low to medium       |Low            |
    |National Bank Monthly Moderate|Low to medium       |Low            |
    |Income Fund                   |                    |               |
    |National Bank Monthly High    |Medium              |Low to medium  |
    |Income Fund                   |                    |               |
    |National Bank Monthly Equity  |Medium              |Low to medium  |
    |Income Fund                   |                    |               |
    |AltaFund Investment Corp.     |Medium              |Medium to high |
    |Altamira Quebec Growth Fund   |Medium to high      |Medium         |

Second, NBSI announces a change in the investment strategy of the Altamira 
Tactical Asset Allocation Fund in order to allow the Fund to increase its 
investments in foreign securities, namely in debt securities issued by 
governments, municipalities or companies in developed and emerging countries, 
in agency securities and in high yield bonds. Changes made to the investment 
strategy of the Fund seek to provide greater diversification among the 
different asset classes. NBSI does not expect the risk level of the Fund to 
increase due to this change. 
Finally, NBSI announces the re-opening of the Omega Preferred Equity Fund to 
new investors as of May 12, 2014. The Fund had been closed to new investors 
since September 30, 2012. The Omega Preferred Equity Fund is managed by Intact 
Investment Management ("Intact"). The Fund's investment objective is to 
generate high dividend income while focusing on capital preservation. 
"The Omega Preferred Equity Fund has proven to be an excellent investment 
product for investors looking for stable distributions in the form of dividend 
income and we are proud to be able to allow new investors to benefit from 
Intact's expertise" said Michel Falk, President of NBSI. 
About National Bank Securities Inc.
National Bank Securities Inc. is a subsidiary specializing in designing and 
managing mutual funds and mutual fund portfolios. We are an investment fund 
management firm dedicated to providing a broad selection of investment 
solutions that meet a variety of investment profiles. National Bank 
Securities' role is not limited to administrative aspects of management; 
National Bank Securities Advisory Services and its registered mutual fund 
representatives form a team of specialists who provide information and advice 
to help you develop a portfolio adapted to your financial needs. 
Products offered by National Bank Securities are distributed in the National 
Bank branch network, through National Bank Direct Brokerage, National Bank 
Financial and by authorized external brokers across Canada. The value of 
assets under management in National Bank Securities products is $16.5 billion 
(as at October 31, 2013). 
National Bank Securities Mutual Funds (the "Funds") are offered by National 
Bank Securities Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of National Bank of Canada. 
Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be 
associated with investments in the Funds. Please read the prospectus of the 
Funds before investing. The Funds' securities are not insured by the Canada 
Deposit Insurance Corporation or by any other government deposit insurer. For 
money market funds, there can be no assurances that a fund will be able to 
maintain its net asset value per security at a constant amount or that the 
full amount of the investment in a fund will be returned. The Funds are not 
guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be 
About National Bank of Canada
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employees and is widely recognized as a top employer. Its securities are 
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