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ING Medical Properties Trust announces distributio



Auckland, 7 November 2008

ING Medical Properties Trust announces distribution

The Board of ING Medical Properties Limited, the manager of ING Medical Properties Trust (the “Trust”),

today announced a first-quarter cash distribution to unitholders for the 2009 financial year of 2.125 cents.

The Trust’s distribution for the quarter 1 July to 30 September 2008 is 2.125 cents. This distribution is

comprised entirely of cash and has no imputation credits attached.

The record date for the distribution will be Monday 24 November 2008, and the payment date will be

Monday 8 December 2008.

A discount of 1% will be applied in the calculation of the strike price for those participating in the

distribution reinvestment plan (“DRP”). Unitholders who have not previously completed an Election Notice

in order to participate in the DRP may do so by sending the Election Notice to the Trust’s registrar –

Computershare Investor Services – prior to 5pm on Monday 24 November 2008.


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