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SOURCE Next Edge Capital Corp.
TORONTO, Aug. 14, 2014 /CNW/ - Next Edge GLG Emerging Markets Income Fund (TSX: EMY.UN) (the "Fund") intends to pay a monthly cash distribution $0.03868 per Unit to Unitholders of record as of August 31, 2014.
This distribution will be paid on or about September 15, 2014, bringing the cumulative distributions to $1.43954 per Unit since inception of the Fund. This represents an annual yield of 6.0% based on a market price of $7.73510 per unit as at December 31, 2013.
About Next Edge Capital Corp.
Next Edge was formed through a management spin out of the Canadian office of Man. The management team opened the Canadian office of Man in 2006 and has raised over CDN $1.0 billion since inception. Next Edge continues to support a number of the Canadian retail products offered by Man.
We search the world for investment managers and strategies that aim to deliver robust risk-adjusted performance. The people and approaches we discover may not be well known in Canada, but we think they provide something remarkable – access to what's next. Our job is to cut through all the noise of short term performance and extra risk-taking to discern real talent. Our clients appreciate being first to see compelling new approaches, even though some are complex or are limited in capacity. For more than a decade, the Next Edge management team has provided rare access to unique strategies before they became widely known.
Further information can be found at www.nextedgecapital.com.
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