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JPMORGAN GLOBAL GROWTH & INCOME PLC (the 'Company')

Legal Entity Identifier: 5493007C3I0O5PJKR078

THE COMPANY ANNOUNCES THE UNAUDITED NET ASSET VALUE (NAV) As at: 18 May 2022

THE NET ASSET VALUE PER SHARE IN PENCE, INCLUDING INCOME WITH DEBT AT FAIR VALUE: 423.3

The debt has been fair valued using discounted cash flow techniques based on the yield from a similar dated gilt plus a margin based on the 5 year average for the AA Barclays Sterling corporate bond spread

Name of contact and telephone number for queries:

Paul Ainger 0044 207 742 6524

Name of authorised company official responsible for making this notification:

Divya Amin 0044 207 742 1025 - Company Secretary

Date: 19 May 2022


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