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|1||Source: How Collectibles are Taxed, https://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/061715/how-are-collectibles-taxed.asp|
|2||Subject to certain minimums.|
|3||For more information, please see ”Tax Considerations-U.S. Federal Income Tax Considerations” in the Prospectus and always consult your tax accountant regarding your particular situation.|
|4||Based on Morningstar’s universe of listed commodity funds. Data as of 6/30/2022.|
†The Trusts are closed-end funds established under the laws of the Province of Ontario in Canada and are available to U.S. investors by way of listings on the NYSE Arca pursuant to the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The Trusts are not registered as investment companies under the U.S. Investment Company Act of 1940.
††SESG is a U.S. registered exchange traded fund established pursuant to the U.S. Securities Act of 1933 and is listed on the NYSE Arca.
The Sprott Physical Bullion Trusts are generally exposed to multiple risks that have been both identified and described in the Prospectus.
Please refer to the Prospectus for a description of these risks. This material must be preceded or accompanied by a prospectus. For an
additional copy of the prospectus please visit https://sprott.com/investment-strategies/physical-bullion-trusts/.
Precious metals investments are more volatile on a daily basis and have higher headline risk than other sectors as they tend to be more sensitive to economic
data, political and regulatory events as well as underlying commodity prices. Precious metals investments have price fluctuations based on short-term dynamics
partly driven by demand/supply and also by investment flows. Precious metals investments tend to react more sensitively to global events and economic data
than other sectors.
This material must be preceded or accompanied by a prospectus. For an additional copy of the Sprott ESG Gold ETF Prospectus, please visit
https://sprott.com/sesg/prospectus/. An investor should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses carefully before
investing. To obtain a Sprott ESG Gold ETF Statutory Prospectus, which contains this and other information, visit https://sprott.com/sesg/
prospectus/, or contact your financial professional or call 888.622.1813. Read the Prospectus carefully before investing.
There is currently no internationally accepted standard determining under what circumstances gold can be determined to be ESG. The Fund is not suitable for all
investors. There are risks involved with investing in ETFs including the loss of money. There is currently no internationally accepted standard determining under
what circumstances gold can be deemed to be ESG. The term “Sprott ESG Approved Gold” refers to gold that is physically indistinguishable from other gold but
that has been sourced and produced in a manner consistent with the ESG standards and criteria used by the Sponsor (the “ESG Criteria”), which are designed
to provide investors with an enhanced level of ESG scrutiny along with disclosure of the provenance of the metal sourced and include an evaluation mining
companies and mines. Mining companies and mines that meet the ESG Criteria (“Sprott ESG Approved Mining Companies” and “Sprott ESG Approved Mines,”
respectively) must also comply with the Mint Responsible Sourcing Requirements.
The Fund’s investments will be concentrated in the gold industry. As a result, the Fund will be sensitive to changes in, and its performance will depend to a greater
extent on, the overall condition of the gold industry. The price of gold may be affected by changes in inflation rates, interest rates, monetary policy, economic
conditions, and political stability. The price of gold may fluctuate substantially over short periods of time; therefore, the Fund’s share price may be more volatile
than other types of investments. In addition, they may also be significantly affected by political and economic conditions in gold producing and consuming
countries, and gold production levels and costs of production.
Shares are not individually redeemable. Investors buy and sell shares of the Sprott ESG Gold ETF on a secondary market. Only market makers or “authorized
participants” may trade directly with the Fund, typically in blocks of 50,000 shares. Past performance is not an indication of future results.
Sprott Asset Management USA, Inc. is the Investment Adviser of Sprott ESG Gold ETF; Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd. is the Distributor and is a registered broker-dealer and FINRA Member.