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BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 15, 2013--No changes to the Atlantic Trust Select MLP Index, says Barclays(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com

15 October 2013 -- UK-based banking firm Barclays Bank PLC (NYSE: BSC) said that following the close of business on Friday October 11 2013 there were no changes to the constituents in the Atlantic Trust Select MLP Index.

Barclays ETN+ Select MLP Exchange Traded Note is linked to the performance of the volume weighted average price of the Index.

The ETN was listed on the NYSE Arca stock exchange in March 2013 under the ticker symbol ATMP.

In accordance with the Index methodology as described in the prospectus relating to the ETN, the Index is rebalanced quarterly.

The 23 constituents of the Index will be rebalanced on a capped, float-adjusted, capitalization-weighted basis across four index business days starting on Friday, October 11, 2013.

Barclay's said that the Atlantic Trust Select MLP Index is designed to provide exposure to a basket of midstream US and Canadian master limited partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations (collectively, the "Index Constituents") that trade on major US exchanges, are classified in the GICS Energy Sector or GICS Gas Utilities Industry according to the Global Industry Classification Standard("GICS") and meet certain eligibility criteria.

Find out more at www.barclays.com and www.atlantictrust.com.

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