From time to time, you may receive a letter from Delphia informing you of corporate actions. Examples of corporate actions include:

  • Mergers and acquisitions

  • Tender offers

  • Stock splits

When you invest in a Delphia fund, you may hold stocks from one or more publicly traded companies in your account (at one of our custodians). As a result, we are required to notify you about these corporate actions that may impact the company you hold equity in.

Typically, the letter will include a link to view more detail, and provide you with information to log-in, in order to view information and make a decision (if necessary).

Please note that in the event you make decision that impacts your holding of said stock, we will automatically rebalance your portfolio post-action to ensure your account is within our portfolio allocations.

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