17 February 2017 – 7.00 (BST)


SQN Asset Finance Income Fund Limited

Monthly Net Asset Value and Dividend


Net Asset Value


SQN Asset Finance Income Fund Limited (the “Company”), the leading diversified equipment leasing fund listed in the UK, is pleased to provide its monthly net asset value (“NAV”) update.


As at 31 January 2017, the Company’s unaudited, estimated NAV per ordinary share (cum-income) was 99.62 pence.  This includes the 0.6042 pence per ordinary share dividend announced on 23 January 2017 that went ex-dividend on 2 February 2017 and will be paid on 20 February 2017. On a pro-forma basis, the unaudited estimated NAV, adjusted for the payment of this dividend to holders of ordinary shares, is 99.02 pence per ordinary share.


As at 31 January 2017, the Company’s unaudited, estimated NAV was 98.14 pence per C share.




The Company is pleased to announce a dividend of 0.6042 pence per ordinary share for the month ended 31 January 2017, reflecting an annualised dividend of 7.25 pence per share. The dividend will be payable on 17 March 2017 to holders of ordinary shares on the register on 3 March 2017. The ex-dividend date is 2 March 2017.


In accordance with the terms of the C Share prospectus, there is no dividend payable on the C Shares for the period to 31 January 2017.



For further information please contact:


SQN Capital Management, LLC

Jeremiah Silkowski

Neil Roberts


01932 575 888
Winterflood Securities Limited 020 3100 0000
Neil Langford

Chris Mills



Charles Ryland

Victoria Hayns

020 7466 5000


Notes to Editor


The Company invests in equipment lease and asset finance arrangements across a diverse portfolio of assets and industries predominantly in the UK, Northern Europe and US. The Company focuses on business-essential, revenue-producing (or cost saving) equipment and other assets with high in-place value and long economic life relative to the investment term.


The Company’s Investment Managers are SQN Capital Management, LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and its subsidiary, SQN Capital Management (UK) Limited. The principals responsible for managing the portfolio are Jeremiah Silkowski and Neil Roberts.