ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Angel Oak Capital Advisors, LLC (Angel Oak), an Atlanta-based fixed income specialist focused on creating value through fundamental credit analysis and asset selection for institutional investors and individuals, is pleased to announce that the Angel Oak Multi-Strategy Income Fund (ANGIX, ANGLX, ANGCX) has paid its July dividend at a rate of $0.0534 per share, $0.0497 per share, $0.0440 per share, respectively.
|Date of Record:||07/30/2014|
|Distribution Amount (ANGIX):||$0.0534|
|Distribution Amount (ANGLX):||$0.0497|
|Distribution Amount (ANGCX):||$0.0440|
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