Aston Hill mergers approved

IE Staff Toronto-based Aston Hill Asset Management Inc. said Friday that shareholders have approved a series of fund mergers. Shareholders of Aston Hill Senior Gold Producers Income Corp. (TSX: GPC) and Aston Hill Global Uranium Fund Inc. (TSX: GUR) have approved the previously announced proposed mergers of the funds into Aston Hill Global Resource & Infrastructure Fund, an open-end mutual fund. Related news Horizons proposes merger of two cannabis ETFs Facebook LinkedIn Twitter The last day for trading of the shares of the funds on the Toronto Stock Exchange will be March 28. The mergers are expected to be completed on April 4. Aston Hill is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aston Hill Financial Inc. (TSX: AHF). Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Fund mergers,  Closed-end fundsCompanies Aston Hill Financial Inc. New portfolios from IG Wealth Management CI Investments announces 30 fund mergers read more

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