Barclays Bank PLC announced today the quarterly coupon amount for the Barclays ETN+ Select MLP ETN (ticker: ATMP) (the “ETNs”).
The Barclays ETN+ Select MLP ETN is linked to the performance of the Volume-Weighted Average Price (“VWAP”) of the Atlantic Trust Select MLP Index (the "Index"), and is designed to pay a quarterly coupon. The Index is designed to provide exposure to a basket of midstream US and Canadian master limited partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations (collectively, the “Index Constituents”) that trade on major US exchanges, are classified in the GICS ® Energy Sector or GICS ® Gas Utilities Industry according to the Global Industry Classification Standard ® (“GICS”) and meet certain eligibility criteria. The Index Constituents are selected for inclusion in the Index using the Atlantic Trust Select Master Limited Partnership Strategy (the “Strategy”), which dynamically selects a basket of up to 100 Index Constituents based on certain eligibility criteria including their long-term credit rating, the portion of their earnings originating from mid-stream operations and their size as measured by free-float market capitalization and average daily trading value. An investment in the ETNs involves significant risks, including possible loss of principal, and may not be suitable for all investors.The ETNs are riskier than ordinary unsecured debt securities and have no principal protection. The ETNs are speculative and may exhibit high volatility. The ETNs are also subject to certain investor fees, which will have a negative effect on the value of the ETNs. For more information regarding the ETNs, including the calculation of the coupon amount, see the prospectus relating to the ETNs. The prospectus relating to the ETNs can be found on EDGAR, the SEC website, at: www.sec.gov. The prospectus is also available on the product website at www.ETNplus.com. Selected Risk Considerations An investment in any ETNs linked to the Atlantic Trust Select MLP Index (the “ETNs”) involves risks. Selected risks are summarized here, but we urge you to read the more detailed explanation of risks described under “Risk Factors” in the applicable prospectus supplement and pricing supplement.