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BNY Mellon Liquidity (IRSH)

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Thursday 18 May, 2017

BNY Mellon Liquidity

Results of Annual General Meeting

RNS Number : 5766F
BNY Mellon Liquidity Funds
18 May 2017
 

STOCK EXCHANGE ANNOUNCEMENT

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                18 May, 2017

 

BNY Mellon Liquidity Funds plc

(the "Company")

 

Re: Results of Annual General Meeting

 

The Directors of the Company wish to announce that, the resolutions as detailed in the circular sent to shareholders dated 24 April, 2017, were passed at the Annual General Meeting of the Company held on 18 May, 2017.

 

These resolutions included the below amendment to the articles

 

(a)      Maintenance of a Stable NAV per Share

 

Changes related to the Discretionary Repurchase Power

 

Article 18 (b) shall be deleted and replaced with the following (the text being deleted is shown but struck through for ease of reference):

 

"The Net Asset Value of each Fund is expressed in the denominated currency for each Fund.  The Directors are entitled to determine what method of valuation set out in these Articles should be used in respect of each Fund.  The method of valuation used with respect to each Fund is set forth in that Fund's Supplement.

 

In the case of a Fund which is a money market fund, the Directors may use the amortised cost method of valuation provided such Fund complies with the Central Bank's requirements for money market sub-funds and where a review of the amortised cost valuation vis-á-vis market valuation will be carried out in accordance with the Central Bank's guidelines. In the case of non-money market Funds the Directors may value money market instruments on an amortised cost basis, in accordance with the Central Bank's requirements.

 

Each Fund which uses the amortised cost method of valuation seeks to maintain, in respect of certain classes, a stable net asset value per Participating Share at one unit of the relevant Base Currency by using the amortised cost method of valuation and by declaring dividends on a daily or less frequent basis. There can be no assurance that the relevant Fund, by following these procedures, will be successful in maintaining a stable net asset value per relevant Participating Share. In such circumstances, the Directors shall be entitled to take the following actions in seeking to maintain a stable net asset value per Participating Share:

 

(i)      reduce or suspend the declaration or payment of dividends, make no declaration of dividend or declare the shortfall per Participating Share on a daily or less frequent basis in respect of the relevant Fund or class. Such shortfall, on a daily or less frequent basis, shall be such amount as shall be necessary to maintain a stable Net Asset Value per relevant Participating Share taking into account the agreed fees of the Manager (after any fee waivers offered by the Manager). The shortfall per relevant Participating Share shall be a debt due by the holder of that Participating Share to the Company to be satisfied through the redemption mechanism described in (ii) below; and

 

(ii)       if required to give effect to (i) above and upon such Shareholder's instruction, redeem equally such number of Participating Shares held by each Shareholder in the relevant class required to cover the declared shortfall per Participating Share and as necessary to maintain a stable Net Asset Value of that class."

 

Enquiries:

 




Davy

Paul Boland

+353 1 614 3378

 

 

 

This announcement has been issued through the Companies Announcement Service of

The Irish Stock Exchange

 


This information is provided by RNS
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