Middlefield Provides an Update for MBN Corporation
The Board of Directors of Middlefield Limited (the “Manager”),
manager of MBN Corporation (“MBN” or the “Corporation”), would like
to confirm that, as previously described in the press release dated
March 8, 2022, all equity shares of the Corporation (the
”) will be redeemed effective April
21, 2022 (the “Redemption Date”).
The Corporation has applied to the Toronto Stock
Exchange to voluntarily de-list the Equity Shares as of the close
of trading on the Redemption Date. The Manager expects redemption
proceeds to be paid out to holders of Equity Shares of record as of
the Redemption Date by April 28, 2022, with the Corporation
dissolving as soon as practicable thereafter.
Please note there should be no tax consequences
to those shareholders who hold their investment within registered
plans, such as RRSPs, TFSAs, etc. We encourage you to discuss your
various alternatives with your investment advisor regarding the
redemption and determine what strategy is most suitable for you to
achieve your personal needs and objectives.
Formed in 1979, Middlefield creates equity
income mandates designed to balance risk and return to meet the
demanding requirements of Financial Advisors and their clients.
These financial products include TSX-Listed IPOs and ETFs, Mutual
Funds, Split Share Corporations, Flow Through LPs and Real Estate
Investment Funds and Partnerships.
For further information, please visit our website at
www.middlefield.com or contact Nancy Tham in our Sales and
Marketing Department at 1.888.890.1868.
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not take into account certain fees such as redemption fees or
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