PHILADELPHIA, November 18, 2022– The Board of Directors of FS Credit Opportunities Corp. (the Fund) (NYSE: FSCO) announced today the monthly distributions for November and December 2022. The November distribution will be paid on December 2, 2022 at $0.0425 per share. The December distribution will be paid on December 30, 2022 at $0.04945 per share. Further information on these distributions is summarized in the charts below.
The Fund listed on the New York Stock Exchange on November 14, 2022. The Fund has more than $2 billion in AUM and invests in event-driven credit, special situations, private capital solutions and other non-traditional credit opportunities.
Distributions will be made on the following schedule:
The Fund pays regular monthly cash distributions to common shareholders at a level rate that may be adjusted from time to time. The amount of monthly distributions may be affected by numerous factors, including changes in portfolio and market conditions. The Fund’s distributions reflect the Fund’s net income.
Shareholders should not use the information provided here in preparing their tax returns. The Fund will send a Form 1099-DIV to shareholders for the calendar year that will tell them how to report these distributions for federal income tax purposes.
Investors should consider, among other things, the investment objectives, risks, charges and expense of the Fund carefully before investing. Investors can find the Fund’s most recent reports and other filings on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s EDGAR Database or on the Fund’s website (https://fsinvestments.com/fs-credit-opportunities-corp/).
About FS Investments
FS Investments is a leading asset manager dedicated to helping individuals, financial professionals and institutions design better portfolios. The firm provides access to alternative sources of income and growth, and focuses on setting industry standards for investor protection, education and transparency. FS Investments is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA with offices in New York, NY, Orlando, FL and Leawood, KS.
Ryan McDougald / Elizabeth Lake
Forward Looking Statements
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