Flat Rock Capital Corp. Board Declares Monthly Dividend

NEW YORK, Nov. 21, 2017 — Flat Rock Capital Corp. (“Flat Rock Capital”) is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors declared a regular monthly dividend of $.108 per share. The dividend will be payable on December 6th, 2017 to shareholders with a record date of November 27th, 2017. This is our third consecutive monthly dividend. 

About Flat Rock Capital:

Flat Rock Capital, our flagship fund, deploys a defensive, low volatility strategy by investing exclusively in the first lien, floating rate debt of middle market businesses. Flat Rock Capital is a business development company (a “BDC”).

About Flat Rock Global, LLC:

Flat Rock Global, LLC, the advisor for Flat Rock Capital, is an alternative asset manager, minority owned by Western Asset, an affiliate of Legg Mason. We offer yield driven investment products in sectors deemphasized by banks.

To learn more about the firm, please visit www.flatrockglobal.com   

For any inquiries regarding the letter, please contact our investor relations team at (212) 596-3421.

Contact information:
Kyle J. Hanney
Investor Relations
Flat Rock Global, LLC
Telephone: (212) 596-3421

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