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AINV Dividend




7 days since pay date of AINV dividend but not yet on my account. Is there a particular delay with this dividend? 



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Hi @LLD - sorry about the recent delays in the AINV div. I have just spoken to our Corp Actions team and they have confirmed that Citi (our prime broker) should have paid this but are yet to. They are chasing on their side and will get this resolved for you as soon as possible. 

Just to reassure, we do have a reconciliation period on things such as this. Even if you hadn't spotted this delay we would have over the audit period and resolved automatically. I will try and keep you updated, however you should also receive an automatic email notification once this dividend is posted to your ledger as a cash value. This email may come prior to me being able to get back to you. Apologies, but I hope the above resolves. 

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