NB Global Floating Rate Income Fund Ltd (NBLS)

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Company Description

NB Global Floating Rate Income Fund Ltd is a closed-ended investment company. The Initial Public Offering of the Company took place on 15 April 2011. Its investment objective is to provide its shareholders with regular dividends, at levels that are sustainable, whilst preserving the capital value of its investment portfolio, utilising the investment skills of the Investment Manager, Neuberger Berman Europe Limited and the Sub-Investment Manager, Neuberger Berman Fixed Income LLC...


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