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Transparency and Disclosure

Under Section 14.2 of National Instrument 31-103 – Registration Requirements and Exemptions (“NI 31-103), MIC Ltd, managed by Dili Capital Corp., works closely with an exempt market dealer in the Provinces of Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (the “Registrant”), hereby discloses to potential subscribers (“Subscribers”) for shares in MIC (the “Issuer”) the following information regarding the relationship of the Registrant with the Subscribers:

Client Account

The client’s accounts are opened for the sole purpose of assessing suitability through the collection of know-your-client information. Securities purchased by the client through the Registrant will be registered in the client’s name or as the client may otherwise direct; no securities purchased by the client through the Registrant will be held or controlled by the Registrant.

Director Disclosure

Pursuant to Section 13.6 of NI 31-103, the management/Registrant hereby discloses to potential subscribers for shares in the Issuer that the Director and senior officers of the Management/Registrant are also Directors of the Issuer. Accordingly, the Issuer may be considered to be a “connected issuer” of the Registrant for purposes of securities legislation of certain provinces of Canada. For further discussion, please refer to the Issuer’s offering memorandum.

Capital Raising Fee

The management/Registrant is paid a fee by the Issuer for capital raising activities undertaken on behalf of the Issuer. See the Issuer’s offering memorandum. Statements will be delivered to clients as required by applicable securities laws. No securities purchased by the client through the Management/Registrant will be held or controlled by the Registrant.

Dispute Resolution

Independent dispute resolution or mediation services are available to a client, at the Registrant’s expense, to mediate any dispute that might arise between the client and the Registrant about a product or service of the Registrant. See the Registrant’s complaint procedure attached. The Registrant has an obligation to assess whether a purchase or sale of a security is suitable for a client prior to executing the transaction or at any other time.


Using borrowed money to finance the purchase of securities involves greater risk than a purchase using cash resources only. If you borrow money to purchase securities, your responsibility to repay the loan and pay interest as required by its terms remains the same even if the value of the securities purchased declines.

Performance Measurement

You may assess the performance of your investments by comparing them to an investment performance benchmark. Benchmarks show the performance over time of a select group of securities. There are many different benchmarks. When choosing a benchmark, pick one that reflects an investment in mortgage assets similar to those invested in by  the Issuer. The manager does not provide performance benchmarks in its required reporting to clients, and the manager is not an investment advisor. Please speak to your own investment advisor if you have questions about the performance of the Issuer or what benchmark(s) might be appropriate for the Issuer or for your portfolio as a whole.

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