TAN Announces Results Of Reconvened Special Meeting Of Shareholders
The Claymore/MAC Global Solar Energy Index ETF (“
is pleased to announce that the proposal listed below received necessary
shareholder approval at the reconvened Joint Special Meeting of
The Claymore/MAC Global Solar Energy Index ETF (“ TAN”) is pleased to announce that the proposal listed below received necessary shareholder approval at the reconvened Joint Special Meeting of Shareholders held on April 27, 2010. Specifically:
For Claymore/MAC Global Solar Energy Index ETF (“ TAN”) shareholders approved a new investment advisory agreement between Claymore Advisors, LLC (“Claymore”) and Claymore Exchange-Traded Fund Trust 2, on behalf of TAN.
Claymore Exchange-Traded Fund Trust 2, on behalf of TAN, entered into a new investment advisory agreement with Claymore. The agreement became effective upon the date of shareholder approval. Claymore Securities, Inc. offers strategic investment solutions for financial advisors and their valued clients. As an innovator in exchange-traded funds (ETFs), unit investment trusts (UITs) and closed-end funds (CEFs), Claymore often leads its peers with creative investment strategy solutions. In total, Claymore entities provide supervision, management, or servicing on approximately $15.9 billion in assets as of March 31, 2010. Claymore Advisors, LLC, an affiliate of Claymore Securities, Inc., serves as the investment adviser. Claymore Securities, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Guggenheim Partners, LLC, a global, diversified financial services firm with more than $100 billion in assets under supervision. Guggenheim, through its affiliates, provides investment management, investment advisory, insurance, investment banking, and capital markets services. The firm is headquartered in Chicago and New York with a global network of offices throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. This information does not represent an offer to sell securities of the ETFs and it is not soliciting an offer to buy securities of the ETFs. There can be no assurance that a fund will achieve its investment objectives. You may lose money by investing, including the entire principal that you invest. ETFs may be subject to: Equity Risk, Foreign Investment Risk, Small- and Medium-Sized Risk, Income Risk, Non-Correlation Risk, Industry/Sector Risk, Replication Management Risk, Issuer-Specific Changes, Non-Diversified Fund Risk. Please refer to the individual ETF prospectus for a more detailed discussion of the Fund-specific risks and considerations.