Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF Announces Details Of July Regular Distribution

Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF (the “Fund”) (NYSE: SNLN) declared a regular distribution, for July 2013, of $0.081 per share, payable on the last business day of the month to holders of record at the close of business July 17, 2013.
Month-End Distributions      
Payment Date Amount
Ordinary     ST Cap Gain     LT Cap Gain     Total
July 31, 2013 $ 0.081 $ $ $ 0.081
June 28, 2013 $ 0.085 $ $ $ 0.085
May 31, 2013 $ 0.090 $ $ $ 0.090
April 30, 2013 $ 0.085 $ $ $ 0.085
March 28, 2013 $ 0.081 $ $ $ 0.081
February 28, 2013 $ 0.085 $ $ $ 0.085
January 31, 2013 $ 0.099 $ $ $ 0.099
December 31, 2012 $ 0.149 $ $ $ 0.149
 

The distribution amount is based on an estimation of investment income and may or may not include a return of capital. The distribution amount is based solely on actual distributions, which are made at the discretion of the Fund. As of July 15, 2013 the 30 Day SEC Yield was 5.29%.
Total Returns as of 6/30/13     1 Month     3 Month     YTD    

Since Inception (11/6/12)
Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF (NAV)     -0.97%     -0.01%     2.38%     2.99%
Highland/iBoxx Senior Loan ETF (Market Price)     -0.92%     0.09%     1.66%     3.13%
               

Total operating expenses as of the most recent fund prospectus are 0.55%. Performance data represents past performance, which does not guarantee future results. Current performance may be higher or lower than the figures shown. Investment return and principal value will fluctuate with market conditions, and you may have a gain or loss when you sell your shares. For most recent month-end performance please visit www.highlandfunds.com or call 1-855-799-4757.

This press release is not for tax reporting purposes but is being provided to announce the amount of the Fund’s distributions that have been declared by the Fund. In early 2014, after definitive information is available, the Fund will send shareholders a Form 1099-DIV specifying how the distributions paid by the Fund during the calendar year should be characterized for purposes of reporting the distributions on a shareholder’s tax return (e.g., ordinary income, short-term capital gain, long-term capital gain or return of capital).

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