September 28, 2016 9:00 PM ET

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Company Overview of Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust

Company Overview

As of January 29, 2016 Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust has merged into North American Financials Capital Securities Trust. Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust is a closed-ended balanced mutual fund of fund launched and managed by Aston Hill Capital Markets Inc. It invests in a fund which invests in the public equity and fixed income markets of Australia. The fund seeks to invest in securities of companies operating in the banking sector. It primarily invests through a forward purchase and sale agreement in units of the ACS Trust, which in turn invests in debt and equity securities issued by the Big Four Australian Banks and Australian subsidiaries of global banks. The fund benc...

181 University Avenue

Suite 300

Toronto, ON M5H 3M7

Canada

Founded in 2010

Key Executives for Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust

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Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust Key Developments

Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust Announces Special Distribution, Payable on or About January 25, 2016

Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust will pay a special cash distribution of $0.585 per Class A Unit ($0.611 per Class F Unit) and a special non-cash distribution of $1.755 per Class A Unit ($1.833 per Class F Unit) which will be paid in additional units (to be consolidated back to the original number of units of AB Fund, resulting in unitholders incurring a non-cash capital gain equal to the non-cash distribution amount with a matching increase in their adjusted cost base per unit). The special cash distribution will be paid on or about January 25, 2016. The special distributions are expected to be characterized as capital gains for tax purposes and are largely the result of the termination of AB Fund's forward purchase and sale agreement.

Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust Declares Cash Distribution on Class A & F Units, Payable on January 15, 2016

Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust declared cash distribution of $0.093 per Class A & F units. The dividend is payable on January 15, 2016, record date is December 31, 2015.

Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust, Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Dec 17, 2015

Australian Banc Capital Securities Trust, Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Dec 17, 2015., at 08:30 US Eastern Standard Time. Location: 77 King Street West. Agenda: To consider and vote upon an extraordinary resolution to approve a merger of the Fund into the NA Fund; and to transact such other business as may properly come before each Meeting, or any adjournment or adjournments thereof.

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