If you sell your shares of the Seafarer Overseas Growth and Income Fund after holding them 90 calendar days or less, a 2.00% redemption fee may be deducted from the redemption amount. For this purpose, shares held longest will be treated as being redeemed first and shares held shortest as being redeemed last. The fees are paid to the Fund and are designed to help offset the brokerage commissions, market impact and other transaction costs associated with short-term shareholder trading.
The short-term redemption fee does not apply to: (i) redemptions of shares acquired by reinvesting dividends and distributions; (ii) rollovers, transfers and changes of account registration within the Fund as long as the money never leaves the Fund; and (iii) redemptions in-kind.
The Fund also permits waivers of the short-term redemption fee for certain transactions that are described in the Prospectus. You may obtain a free paper copy of the prospectus by calling (855) 732-9220 or by submitting an online request.
The application of short-term redemption fees and waivers may vary among intermediaries and certain intermediaries may not apply the waivers listed in the Prospectus. Certain intermediaries may charge additional fees in association with redemptions. If you purchase or sell Fund shares through an intermediary, you should contact your intermediary for more information on whether and how short-term redemption fees will be applied to redemptions of your shares.
The Fund reserves the right to modify or eliminate the short-term redemption fee or waivers at any time. Investment advisers or their affiliates may pay short-term redemption fees on behalf of investors in managed accounts. Unitized group accounts consisting of qualified plan assets may be treated as a single account for redemption fee purposes.
Note: The Fund has the right to suspend or postpone redemptions of shares for any period (i) during which the NYSE is closed, other than customary weekend and holiday closings; (ii) during which trading on the NYSE is restricted; or (iii) during which (as determined by the SEC by rule or regulation) an emergency exists as a result of which disposal or valuation of portfolio securities is not reasonably practicable, or as otherwise permitted by the SEC.