TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Dec. 8, 2016) - (TSX:ERM) Eclipse Residential Mortgage Investment Corporation ("Eclipse") announces that as of December 7, 2016, the expiry date for submitting Class A Shares to the annual redemption, the number of Class A Shares submitted for redemption exceeds the expected maximum number of Class A Shares that may be redeemed, which is 15% of the average number of Class A Shares outstanding for the 180-day period immediately preceding the December 29, 2016 annual redemption date. As a result, Eclipse will redeem Class A Shares submitted for redemption and not withdrawn or revoked, on a pro-rata basis such that each shareholder will receive approximately 82.7% of their total shares submitted for redemption in cash.
The Class A Share redemption payment will be made on January 16, 2017, and prior to that time, Class A shares submitted but not redeemed (due to the proration described above) will be returned to client accounts. The redemption price per Class A Share will be equal to the net asset value per Class A Share, less any costs associated with the redemption including commissions and other such costs, if any, related to the liquidation of any portion of the portfolio that is required to fund the redemption.
Eclipse will announce in early January 2017 the final details of the pro-rata redemption.
About Brompton Funds
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About MCAP Financial Corporation
One of Canada's largest mortgage financing companies, MCAP Financial Corporation ("MCAP") originates and services all mortgages for Eclipse. MCAP has more than 20 years of experience underwriting and servicing Canadian Single Family Residential Mortgages, with over $60 billion in mortgage assets managed for banks, lifecos, credit unions and institutional investors.
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