Jon Snowball

1) You will be able to exit AGF at a price close to the NAV per unit; 2) The risk is high that the historical discount will return if the Fund continues to operate; 3) A large discount is likely to persist with AMP’s inadequate measures; 4) AMP has major conflicts of interest in dealing with the discount; 5) AMP has repeatedly ignored positive and fair ways of dealing with the discount; 6) Only the RE can open-end AGF or allow periodic tenders or buybacks; and 7) AMP has not managed AGF well, charging high fees for underperforming the benchmark. Please click the link below to read our full letter regarding why a wind up of AGF is in the interests of all unitholders. Please support Resolution 2 by voting “FOR” the wind up of AGF at the Extraordinary General Meeting in Sydney ‪next Thursday, 28 July 2016. (VIEW LINK)


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