Invesco High Income Trust II and Invesco Senior Income Trust declare dividends

ATLANTE, May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Invesco High Income Trust II and Invesco Senior Income Trust (each, a “Fund” and collectively, the “Funds”) said today the following dividends:









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Invesco II High Income Trust



Invesco Senior Income Trust



The Board of Trustees (the “Board”) of Invesco Senior Income Trust VVR (the “Fund”) has approved an increase in the amount of the monthly distribution payable to common shareholders pursuant to the Fund’s managed distribution plan (the “Plan”). Efficient April 1, 2022the Fund will pay its monthly dividend to common shareholders based on a fixed monthly distribution amount of $0.026 per share, an increase over a stated fixed monthly distribution amount of $0.021 per share.

Efficient August 1, 2018the board of Invesco High Income Trust II VLT approved a managed distribution plan (the “ALV Plan”) for the Fund, pursuant to which the Fund increased its monthly dividend to common shareholders to a specified fixed monthly distribution amount based on a distribution rate of 8.5% the closing market price per share at August 1, 2018, the date on which the ALV Plan entered into force. The VVR Plan and the VLT Plan are collectively referred to herein as the “Plans”.

The plans aim to provide shareholders with a constant, but not guaranteed, periodic cash payment from each Fund, regardless of when or whether income is earned or capital gains are realized. The plans may have the effect of reducing the discount between the market price of each Fund and the net asset value (“NAV”) of the common shares of each Fund, but there can be no assurance that the plans will be effective in this regard.

1 A portion of this distribution is estimated to come from return of capital rather than net income. Notice 19(a) referenced below provides further information and can be viewed on Invesco’s website at

If a Fund’s investment income is not sufficient to cover the Fund’s expected monthly distribution, the Fund will distribute long-term capital gains and/or return of capital to maintain its managed level of distribution in the under his regime. A Fund may sometimes distribute more than its income and net realized gains; therefore, part of the distribution may give rise to a return of capital. A return of capital may occur, for example, when some or all of the money shareholders have invested in a Fund is returned to them. A return of capital distribution does not necessarily reflect a Fund’s investment performance and should not be confused with “yield” or “income”. No inference should be drawn about a Fund’s investment performance from the amount of the Fund’s distributions or the terms of its plan.

In order to comply with the requirements of Article 19 of the Investment Company 1940 Act and an exemption order granted to the Funds by the Securities and Exchange Commission, each Fund will provide its shareholders of record on each distribution date with a 19(a) notice and issue a related press release disclosing the sources of its payment of dividends when a distribution includes something other than net investment income.

The amounts and sources of distributions reported in the 19(a) notices are estimates only and are not provided for tax reporting purposes. Actual amounts and sources of amounts for tax reporting purposes will depend on the investment experience of each Fund during the remainder of its complete fiscal year and may be subject to change as a result of tax regulations. Each Fund will send shareholders a Form 1099-DIV for the calendar year which will instruct them how to report such distributions for federal income tax purposes. Information about the 19(a) notices of the Funds is available at

The final determination of the source and tax characteristics of all distributions in 2022 will be made after the end of the year.

The plans will be subject to periodic review by the board of each fund, and the board of a fund may terminate or change the terms of its plan at any time without notice to shareholders of the fund. The amendment or termination of a Fund’s plan could adversely affect the market price of the common shares of that Fund.

The amount of dividends paid by the Funds may vary from time to time. Past dividend amounts do not guarantee future dividend amounts.

Investing involves risk and it is possible to lose money on any investment in the Trust.

For more information, closed-end fund shareholders can call Invesco at 800-983-0903.

About Invesco Ltd.
Invesco Ltd. is an independent global investment management firm dedicated to providing an investment experience that helps people get the most out of life. Our distinct investment teams offer a full range of active, passive and alternative investment capabilities. With offices in more than 20 countries, Invesco has managed $1.5 trillion of assets on behalf of clients around the world March, 31st2022. For more information visit

Invesco Distributors, Inc. is the US distributor of Invesco Ltd. It is an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Invesco Ltd.

To note: There is no assurance that a closed-end fund will achieve its investment objective. Shares are purchased in the secondary market and may trade at a discount or premium to net asset value. Regular brokerage commissions apply.


CONTACT: Jeaneen Terrio 212-278-9205 [email protected]

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