Saba Capital Management, L.P. (“Saba”) is an Investment Adviser launched in 2009. Saba is a spin-out of one of the largest proprietary groups in the industry, ‘Saba Principal Strategies’, founded by Boaz Weinstein at Deutsche Bank in 1998. Saba’s senior investment team began working together at Deutsche Bank in the early 2000s, and is best known for having pioneered credit relative value and capital structure trading strategies.
Saba currently manages three core strategies: Credit Relative Value, Tail Hedge, and Closed-End Funds. Saba’s investors are predominately institutions and include corporate pensions, public pensions, foundations, fund of funds, endowments, and family offices. Saba is 100% self-owned. Saba is headquartered in the historic Chrysler Building in New York and is registered with the SEC and CFTC.
SABA CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, L.P.
405 LEXINGTON AVENUE
NEW YORK, NY 10174
Distributed by Foreside Fund Services, LLC
Exchange Traded Concepts, LLC serves as the investment advisor, and Vident Investment Advisory, LLC serves as a sub advisor to the fund. The Funds are distributed by Foreside Fund Services, LLC, which is not affiliated with Exchange Traded Concepts, LLC or any of its affiliates.
Carefully consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risk factors, charges and expenses before investing. This and additional information can be found in the Fund's prospectus, which may be obtained by visiting www.sabaETF.com. Investors should read it carefully before investing or sending money.
Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal. Investments in foreign securities may involve risks such as social and political instability, market illiquidity, exchange-rate fluctuations, a high level of volatility and limited regulation. Because the Fund is a “fund of funds,” its investment performance largely depends on the investment performance of the Underlying Funds in which it invests, and the Fund is subject to the risks associated with the Underlying Funds. Leverage may increase the risk of loss and cause fluctuations in the market value of the Fund's portfolio to have disproportionately large effects or cause the NAV of the Fund generally to decline faster than it would otherwise. Derivatives may be more sensitive to changes in market conditions, amplifying risks. The Fund may engage in writing covered call options, which may limit its opportunity to profit from an increase in the price of the underlying stock above the exercise price, but continues to bear the risk of a decline in the stock. A liquid market may not exist for options held by the Fund. While the Fund receives premiums for writing the call options, the price it realizes from the exercise of an option could be substantially below a stock's current market price. High-yield bonds have a higher risk of default or other adverse credit events, but have the potential to pay higher earnings over investment grade bonds. The higher risk of default, or the inability of the creditor to repay its debt, is the primary reason for the higher interest rates on high -yield bonds. Diversification may not protect against market risk.