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Brompton Funds Provides Financials Sector Update


TORONTO, Sept. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- (TSX:LBS, LBS.PR.A, SBC, SBC.PR.A, LCS, LCS.PR.A)) Investors and Investment Advisors are invited to listen to a recorded update on Brompton's financials-focused split share funds, hosted by Portfolio Manager Michael Clare of Brompton Funds.

Michael Clare discusses five reasons to invest in the Canadian Financials Sector, with a focus on banks and lifecos which he believes have attractive income and growth potential. Life & Banc Split Corp., Brompton Split Banc Corp. and Brompton Lifeco Split Corp. each provide investors with significant exposure to bank and/or lifeco stocks. The presentation recorded on September 12, 2018 has been posted to the Brompton Funds website at the following link:

About Brompton's Financials-Focussed Split Share Funds
Life & Banc Split Corp. invests on an equal weight basis in a portfolio of Canada's four largest publicly-listed life insurance companies and the "Big Six" banks.

Brompton Split Banc Corp. invests, on an equal weight basis, in a portfolio consisting of common shares of the six largest Canadian banks.

Brompton Lifeco Split Corp. invests on an equal weight basis in a portfolio of common shares of Canada's four largest publicly-listed life insurance companies.

About Brompton Funds
Brompton Funds, a division of Brompton Group which was founded in 2000, is an experienced investment fund manager with over $2 billion in assets under management. Brompton's investment solutions include TSX traded funds, mutual funds and flow-through limited partnerships.   For further information, please contact your investment advisor, call Brompton's investor relations line at 416-642-6000 (toll-free at 1-866-642-6001), email or visit our website at

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