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11.30.12

HOMEQ Corporation Closes Arrangement with Birch Hill Equity Partners

Toronto, November 30, 2012 - HOMEQ Corporation (“HOMEQ”) (TSX: HEQ) announced today the closing of the previously announced arrangement under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) (the “Arrangement”) involving HOMEQ and Monaco Acquisition Inc., an entity controlled by Birch Hill Equity Partners (“Birch Hill”). Under the Arrangement, Birch Hill has indirectly acquired all of the outstanding common shares of HOMEQ for cash at a price of $9.50 per common share. It is expected that the HOMEQ shares will be delis

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04.19.12

HomeEquity Bank named one of best workplaces in Canada

Toronto, ON – April 19th, 2012 - HomeEquity Bank, a subsidiary of HOMEQ Corporation, announced today that it is being recognized as one of this year’s Best Workplaces in Canada. The list of leading Canadian employers will appear in a special national report on Thursday April 19th, 2012. “We are very excited about being recognized as one of the Canadian leaders in employee satisfaction and organizational culture,” said Steven Ranson, President and CEO, HomeEquity Bank. “At HomeEquity Bank, we believe our people a

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01.15.18

HOMEEQUITY BANK POSTS RECORD 2017 GROWTH AS CANADIANS EMBRACE REVERSE MORTGAGES

TORONTO, January 15, 2018 – HomeEquity Bank, the national provider of the CHIP Reverse Mortgage™, posted record mortgage growth in 2017 with 32.5 per cent year over year growth. Reverse mortgage originations of $608MM for 2017 were driven by increased consumer familiarity with HomeEquity Bank’s flagship product as well as the growing need for consumers to finance their retirement in new ways. HomeEquity Bank’s record results also reflect a strong partnership with Canada’s mortgage brokers. In 2017, brokers were

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12.11.17

REALITY CHECK: HOMEEQUITY BANK RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS SURPRISING HOLIDAY SPENDING LIST FOR CANADIAN SENIORS

REALITY CHECK: HOMEEQUITY BANK RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS SURPRISING HOLIDAY SPENDING LIST FOR CANADIAN SENIORS TORONTO, December 11, 2017 - With the holidays just around the corner, recent research sponsored by HomeEquity Bank, the only national provider of the CHIP Reverse Mortgage™, outlined a surprising holiday spending list for Canadian seniors. While travel and home improvements were high on the list, a surprising one-third of respondents highlighted the need to financially support children and grandchildren, pay off

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11.08.17

HomeEquity Bank chooses Zulu to help accelerate growth

Toronto, Ontario (November 8, 2017) – Zulu Alpha Kilo is proud to announce that they are partnering with HomeEquity Bank. The news comes after a review process that started earlier this summer. “We were on the cusp of taking a major step with our business and admired Zulu’s history of successfully growing some of Canada’s more renowned brands,” said Yvonne Ziomecki, Executive Vice President Marketing & Sales at HomeEquity Bank. “We immediately felt connected with the team and admired both their provocat

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08.28.17

HomeEquity Bank and Balmoral Village Announce New Partnership To Benefit Retiring Canadians

[August 28, 2017, Toronto] - Balmoral Village is proud to be the first new home community to partner with HomeEquity Bank, Canada’s only provider of the CHIP Reverse Mortgage. “We are thrilled to have been chosen as the first development project to partner with HomeEquity bank, a company with a long track record of helping Canadian seniors with financial planning options. We are confident this will be of great value to our condo purchasers,” says Thomas Vincent, President, Balmoral Village. The visionary ‘Age I

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07.09.17

Protecting Canadian Seniors

June is Senior’s Month in Ontario, and this year’s theme is “Living Your Best Life.” As we honour the contribution of Ontario seniors this month, it is important to remember that seniors can be more vulnerable to various forms of abuse. In fact, 62.5% of all elder abuse cases in Ontario are financial in nature. This statistic makes it difficult for seniors to live a financially secure retirement, let alone their very best life. The high incidence of financially-based elder abuse typically involves a family member or

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