TORONTO, Dec. 24, 2020 /CNW/ - Fidelity Investments Canada ULC ("Fidelity") today announced the final December 2020 cash distributions for Fidelity's suite of ETFs ("Fidelity ETFs").
On December 18, 2020, Fidelity announced estimated 2020 cash distributions for the Fidelity ETFs. Subsequent to this announcement, investor activity has led to changes to the cash distribution per unit for the Fidelity ETFs, including material changes for Fidelity International High Dividend Index ETF (FCID), Fidelity Canadian High Quality Index ETF (FCCQ), Fidelity U.S. High Quality Currency Neutral Index ETF (FCQH) and Fidelity Canadian Short Term Corporate Bond ETF (FCSB). Please be advised that the cash distributions announced in this press release replace those stated in the December 18, 2020 press release for the Fidelity ETFs.
Detailed in the table below, unitholders of record as of December 29, 2020 will receive a per-unit cash distribution payable on December 31, 2020.
About Fidelity Investments Canada ULC
At Fidelity, our mission is to build a better future for Canadian investors and help them stay ahead. We offer investors and institutions a range of innovative and trusted investment portfolios to help them reach their financial and life goals.
As a privately-owned company, our people and world class resources are committed to doing what is right for investors and their long-term success. Our clients have entrusted us with $171 billion in assets under management (as at December 22, 2020) and they include individuals, financial advisors, pension plans, endowments, foundations and more.
We are proud to provide investors a full range of investment solutions through mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, including domestic, international and global equity, income-oriented strategies, asset allocation solutions, managed portfolios, sustainable investing and our high net worth program. Fidelity Funds are available through a number of advice-based distribution channels including financial planners, investment dealers, banks, and insurance companies.
Read a fund's prospectus and consult your financial advisor before investing. Exchange-traded funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently, and past performance may not be repeated. Commissions, management fees, brokerage fees and expenses may all be associated with investments in exchange-traded funds and investors and may experience a gain or loss.
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