Dividend Declaration

J.S. | Regulatory News | 19 Jul, 2012 14:21 | | |

Invesco Perpetual Select Trust plc

Headline: Declaration of Quarterly Interim Dividends

The Directors have declared quarterly interim dividends for the year ending 31

May 2012 as follows. These dividends are payable on 17 August 2012 to

shareholders on the register on 27 July 2012. The shares will be marked

ex-dividend on 25 July 2012.

Share class Dividend Amount

UK Equity Shares 1.15p

Global Equity Income Shares 1.00p

With continued low interest rates prevailing in the period the net revenue of the Managed Liquidity Portfolio continues to be minimal and, in view of the administrative costs, the Directors have not declared an interim dividend on the Managed Liquidity Shares. The net revenue earned to date will be taken into account in considering future dividends.

No dividend is payable on the Balanced Risk Shares.

19 July 2012


Paul Griggs

Invesco Asset Management Limited

Company Secretary

020 7065 4000

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