First Belief Intermediate Length Most popular & Earnings Fund Declares its Month-to-month Frequent Share Distribution of $0.1125 Per Share for February

WHEATON, Unwell., January 23, 2023–(BUSINESS WIRE)–First Belief Intermediate Length Most popular & Earnings Fund (the “Fund”) (NYSE: FPF) has declared the Fund’s frequently scheduled month-to-month frequent share distribution within the quantity of $0.1125 per share payable on February 15, 2023, to shareholders of file as of February 2, 2023. The ex-dividend date is predicted to be February 1, 2023. The month-to-month distribution data for the Fund seems under.

First Belief Intermediate Length Most popular & Earnings Fund (FPF):

Distribution per share:


Distribution Price based mostly on the January 20, 2023 NAV of $20.16:


Distribution Price based mostly on the January 20, 2023 closing market worth of $18.37:


The bulk, and probably all, of this distribution might be paid out of internet funding revenue earned by the Fund. A portion of this distribution could come from internet short-term realized capital good points or return of capital. The ultimate willpower of the supply and tax standing of all 2023 distributions might be made after the tip of 2023 and might be supplied on Kind 1099-DIV.

The Fund is a diversified, closed-end administration funding firm that seeks to supply a excessive stage of present revenue. The Fund has a secondary goal of capital appreciation. The Fund seeks to attain its funding targets by investing in most popular and different income-producing securities. Below regular market situations, the Fund will make investments no less than 80% of its Managed Property in a portfolio of most popular and different income-producing securities issued by U.S. and non-U.S. corporations, together with conventional most popular securities, hybrid most popular securities which have funding and financial traits of each most popular securities and debt securities, floating-rate and fixed-to-floating fee most popular securities, debt securities, convertible securities and contingent convertible securities.

First Belief Advisors L.P. (“FTA”) is a federally registered funding advisor and serves because the Fund’s funding advisor. FTA and its affiliate First Belief Portfolios L.P. (“FTP”), a FINRA registered broker-dealer, are privately-held corporations that present quite a lot of funding companies. FTA has collective property underneath administration or supervision of roughly $190 billion as of December 31, 2022 via unit funding trusts, exchange-traded funds, closed-end funds, mutual funds and separate managed accounts. FTA is the supervisor of the First Belief unit funding trusts, whereas FTP is the sponsor. FTP can also be a distributor of mutual fund shares and exchange-traded fund creation models. FTA and FTP are based mostly in Wheaton, Illinois.

Stonebridge Advisors LLC (“Stonebridge”), the Fund’s funding sub-advisor, is a registered funding advisor specializing in most popular and hybrid securities. Stonebridge was fashioned in December 2004 by First Belief Portfolios L.P. and Stonebridge Asset Administration, LLC. The corporate had property underneath administration or supervision of roughly $12.1 billion as of December 31, 2022. These property come from separate managed accounts, unified managed accounts, unit funding trusts, an open-end mutual fund, actively managed exchange-traded funds, and the Fund.

Principal Threat Elements: Dangers are inherent in all investing. Sure dangers relevant to the Fund are recognized under, which incorporates the danger that you would lose some or all your funding within the Fund. The principal dangers of investing within the Fund are spelled out within the Fund’s annual shareholder stories. The order of the under threat elements doesn’t point out the importance of any explicit threat issue. The Fund additionally information stories, proxy statements and different data that’s out there for evaluation.

Previous efficiency is not any assurance of future outcomes. Funding return and market worth of an funding within the Fund will fluctuate. Shares, when offered, could also be value roughly than their authentic price. There might be no assurance that the Fund’s funding targets might be achieved. The Fund will not be applicable for all buyers.

Securities held by a fund, in addition to shares of a fund itself, are topic to market fluctuations attributable to elements resembling basic financial situations, political occasions, regulatory or market developments, adjustments in rates of interest and perceived tendencies in securities costs. Shares of a fund may decline in worth or underperform different investments because of the danger of loss related to these market fluctuations. As well as, native, regional or world occasions resembling battle, acts of terrorism, unfold of infectious illnesses or different public well being points, recessions, or different occasions may have a major unfavourable influence on a fund and its investments. Such occasions could have an effect on sure geographic areas, international locations, sectors and industries extra considerably than others. In February 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine which has prompted and will proceed to trigger important market disruptions and volatility inside the markets in Russia, Europe, and the USA. The hostilities and sanctions ensuing from these hostilities may have a major influence on sure fund investments in addition to fund efficiency. The COVID-19 world pandemic and the following insurance policies enacted by governments and central banks have prompted and should proceed to trigger important volatility and uncertainty in world monetary markets. Whereas the U.S. has resumed “moderately” regular enterprise exercise, many international locations proceed to impose lockdown measures. Moreover, there isn’t any assure that vaccines might be efficient in opposition to rising variants of the illness.

Most popular/hybrid and debt securities by which the Fund invests are topic to varied dangers, together with credit score threat, rate of interest threat, and name threat. Credit score threat is the danger that an issuer of a safety might be unable or unwilling to make dividend, curiosity and/or principal funds when due and that the worth of a safety could decline consequently. Credit score threat could also be heightened for the Fund as a result of it invests in under funding grade securities, which contain better dangers than funding grade securities, together with the potential for dividend or curiosity deferral, default or chapter. Rate of interest threat is the danger that the worth of fixed-rate securities within the Fund will decline due to rising market rates of interest. Name threat is the danger that efficiency may very well be adversely impacted if an issuer calls higher-yielding debt devices held by the Fund. These securities are additionally topic to issuer threat, floating fee and fixed-to-floating fee threat, prepayment threat, reinvestment threat, subordination threat and liquidity threat.

The dangers related to belief most popular securities sometimes embody the monetary situation of the monetary establishment that creates the belief, because the belief sometimes has no enterprise operations aside from holding the subordinated debt issued by the monetary establishment and issuing the belief most popular securities and customary inventory backed by the subordinated debt

Rate of interest threat is the danger that securities will decline in worth due to adjustments in market rates of interest. The period of a safety might be anticipated to vary over time with adjustments in market elements and time to maturity. Though the Fund seeks to keep up a period, underneath regular market circumstances, excluding the consequences of leverage, of between three and eight years, if the impact of the Fund’s use of leverage was included in calculating period, it may lead to an extended period for the Fund.

As a result of the Fund is concentrated within the financials sector, it will likely be extra vulnerable to hostile financial or regulatory occurrences affecting this sector, resembling adjustments in rates of interest, mortgage focus and competitors.

Funding in non-U.S. securities is topic to the danger of foreign money fluctuations and to financial and political dangers related to such international international locations.

Investments in securities of issuers situated in rising market international locations are thought of speculative and there’s a heightened threat of investing in rising markets securities. Monetary and different reporting by corporations and authorities entities additionally could also be much less dependable in rising market international locations. Shareholder claims which might be out there within the U.S., in addition to regulatory oversight and authority that’s frequent within the U.S., together with for claims based mostly on fraud, could also be tough or unattainable for shareholders of securities in rising market international locations or for U.S. authorities to pursue.

To the extent a fund invests in floating or variable fee obligations that use the London Interbank Provided Price (“LIBOR”) as a reference rate of interest, it’s topic to LIBOR Threat. The UK’s Monetary Conduct Authority, which regulates LIBOR has ceased making LIBOR out there as a reference fee over a phase-out interval that started December 31, 2021. There isn’t any assurance that any various reference fee, together with the Secured In a single day Financing Price (“SOFR”) might be just like or produce the identical worth or financial equivalence as LIBOR or that devices utilizing an alternate fee could have the identical quantity or liquidity. The unavailability or alternative of LIBOR could have an effect on the worth, liquidity or return on sure fund investments and should lead to prices incurred in reference to closing out positions and getting into into new trades. Any potential results of the transition away from LIBOR on the fund or on sure devices by which the fund invests might be tough to establish, and so they could fluctuate relying on quite a lot of elements, and so they may lead to losses to the fund.

Contingent Capital Securities present for necessary conversion into frequent inventory of the issuer underneath sure circumstances, which can restrict the potential for revenue and capital appreciation and, underneath sure circumstances, could lead to full lack of the worth of the funding.

Reverse repurchase agreements contain leverage threat, the danger that the purchaser fails to return the securities as agreed upon, information for chapter or turns into bancrupt. The Fund could also be restricted from taking regular portfolio actions throughout such time, may very well be topic to loss to the extent that the proceeds of the settlement are lower than the worth of securities topic to the settlement and should expertise hostile tax penalties.

Use of leverage may end up in further threat and value, and may amplify the impact of any losses.

The dangers of investing within the Fund are spelled out within the shareholder stories and different regulatory filings.

The knowledge offered isn’t supposed to represent an funding suggestion for, or recommendation to, any particular individual. By offering this data, First Belief isn’t endeavor to provide recommendation in any fiduciary capability inside the which means of ERISA, the Inner Income Code or another regulatory framework. Monetary professionals are accountable for evaluating funding dangers independently and for exercising unbiased judgment in figuring out whether or not investments are applicable for his or her purchasers.

The Fund’s day by day closing New York Inventory Change worth and internet asset worth per share in addition to different data might be discovered at or by calling 1-800-988-5891.

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